Sensory Radar

“Art has agency,” says Munnik. “It directly affects the nervous systems of its perceivers. It’s entangled in an interconnected web of people, technology, history and matter.” As a result, according to Munnik, the wall that we perceive separating the artificial from the biological is actually more like an unchartered network – not impossible to navigate, but so dense with intricacy it remains a mystery to contemporary human thought.

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