In this age where man and machine are melding together more and more, and we delve ever deeper into a gray sea of transhumanism, exploring the human condition becomes all the more important.
The human condition makes for remarkable subject matter because whether humans are wearing polos or space suits or chain mail, they’re still humans. They still feel love and rage and pain and envy no matter what way you dress them up or down. Humans are dynamic by their very nature – strong yet fragile, clever yet oblivious, prolific creators yet great destroyers.
Another wonderful part of the human experience is seeing ourselves in everything. We see faces in the clouds and in the dirt, and we see reflections of ourselves in gods, aliens, animals, monsters and, yes, even robots. Through these mirror-like reflections, we can see ourselves as kings, slaves, fools, traitors, martyrs and more. Through these mirror-like reflections, we can see what life might be like in another reality, or just over the horizon.
Let us show you a glimpse of what we see in our dreams.