Philippe Pallafray, ‘At dawn, the evolution of the world appeared to me’, 2017, The TELUS Health Brain Project
Philippe Pallafray, ‘At dawn, the evolution of the world appeared to me’, 2017, The TELUS Health Brain Project
Philippe Pallafray, ‘At dawn, the evolution of the world appeared to me’, 2017, The TELUS Health Brain Project
Philippe Pallafray, ‘At dawn, the evolution of the world appeared to me’, 2017, The TELUS Health Brain Project

Biomaterials in dialogue with our cells, intra-ocular implants, stem-cell tissue re-creation, organ substitution with the use of technology like 3D printers, neuro-prothesis, a brain-computer interface implanted in the human body.

If our brain becomes a machine, what will happen with our emotions? What do we lose by enhancing the human? How will we preserve a definition of who we are? What would become of individual and collective thought, of beauty, of creativity?

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About Philippe Pallafray

French, b. 1965, based in Île d'Orléans, Quebec, Canada