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21 Maturana and Varela, The Tree of Knowledge, p. 75. 22 ‘Autonomous systems need to be seen as sources of their own activity, specifying their own domains of interaction, not as transducers or functions for converting input instructions into output products. In other words, the autonomous character of these systems needs to be recognized’. See Evan Thompson, Mind in Life (Cambridge, MA, 2007), p. 46. , The Embodied Mind, p. 198. , p. 139. Environments, Interactions and Beings 35 The basis for understanding the performativity inherent in Varela’s autonomous systems lies in how such a system brings forth a world through perceptually guided action.
Ambiguity is one thing – and it seems totally appropriate to a subject such as cloning. Confusion, however, is perhaps a more problematic if productive affect to manage in the newly recombined writer/reader, speaker/audience relationship. 13 Put bluntly, liberal-humanist, judgemental, moralizing and conservative. 16 Interfaces of Performance Three different characters, Lou, Hannah and Hal, talk about the life-changing experience of being involved in these experiments. Lou, an elderly and embittered microbiologist, whose previous claims to have discovered evidence of life on Mars have been repeatedly rejected by NASA, declares finally to have evidence of a Martian microbe with characteristics similar to that of green sulphur bacteria.
The six images presented here show the digital flow and exchange of data in different media: house walls, furniture, human bodies. They capture the digital condition: the emergence of a pattern of 0s and 1s. The project has had numerous inspirations, both textual and visual. H. Fox Talbot’s ‘photogenic drawings’ of lace and of light falling through the window panels in Lacock Abbey – a set of images Talbot allegedly sent to his friend Charles Babbage, the inventor of the differential engine (the first computer).