Thesis book project with a distinctive point of view about the subject matter of Post-humanism. The assignment includes the curation of the contents, editing, designing a book and interactive components.
“I Would Rather Be a Cyborg Than a Goddess” uses post-humanist thinking to speculate the changing human relationships with technology. Through the history of cybernetics, feminism, postmodernist thinking, and conversations in the popular press, the book investigates the meaning of a cyborg and what it means to be a human. Postmodernism’s uncertainty leaves our future open to question or contemplates upon.
The book opens with the electronic circuit board and e-paper display to create the experience in between the mechanic component and the human interaction. E-paper display asks different provocations for readers to ponder.