2043—In a world where human life can be gestated by machine - how might we (re)design the experience of ‘pregnancy’ and ‘birth’ for all human beings?
Body Without Organs
“When you will have made him a body without organs, then you will have delivered him from all his automatic reactions and restored him to his true freedom.”——Antonin Artaud
The "body without organs" (BWO) refers to a state of existence or becoming that challenges conventional forms of organization and structure. In 2043, BOW will become the name of a machine surrogacy center, appearing in Charleston, which is a conceptual space where desire and creative potential can be unleashed, liberated from societal norms. The BWO is characterized by a fluidity, a multiplicity of connections, and an openness to constant change.