organica  /ɔːˈɡanɪka/

noun

  1. a hypothetical point in the future when man-made technology becomes indistinguishable from nature, resulting in unfathomable changes to human civilization

 

Arthur C Clarke said “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”- When really, any sufficiently advanced technology should be indistinguishable from nature. The the way there is Biodesign.

 

Towards Organica is an exploration focused on the real or speculative projects that operate within
this emerging discipline. It is a personal enterprise to record and expose the stories of the artists, designers,
architects, researchers and other creatives that are experimenting
with new ways of building our future.

 

We will explore projects at the crossing of art, science and technology and ask questions like:
– How can we build our cities so that we strengthen ecologies rather than erode them?
– How do we engage in interspecies collaboration?
– How can our materials blend functions of aesthetic and medicine?
And so many more new questions posed by the field of Biodesign.