“We thoroughly subscribe to the advance of science and the lines of force in the atom bomb, but we forget the same type of potent and polarized lines of force in the human body which are equally explosive.” — Dr. Randolph Stone


The Wireless Anatomy of Man is a mysterious archive of scientific photographs depicting a uncertain future in which the city of The Hague in the Netherlands is completely devastated by electromagnetic radiation due to a hasty and precarious rollout of 5G technology in the country.

It's known that electrical devices' interconnection nearly always requires correct polarity to be maintained; however, what's the outlet if one of the poles is overcharged by its opposite?

Using photography as a reflection, the series puts into perspective the representation of multiple and opposing uncertainties throughout a polarized and information-overloaded contemporary society.  

It operates within a reality where the present and the future coexist to question how hyperconnectivity is an ambiguous tool to simultaneously improve and/or destroy humanity. 

Here, science-fiction is neither to predict nor to prevent the future. It is a method to explore the emotions surrounding this gray area of uncertainty in our digital age - a fine line between paranoia and consciousness.











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