SINN, the German word for ‘sense’ underpins this collection that enacts a material blurring of body and adornment. Influenced by posthuman and biotechnological methods of adaptation and enhancement, SINN is a merging of scientific enquiry and artistic experimentation.
Transcendence of form.
The body is SINN.
Playing with the feel and weight of metal against skin, the collection creates constellations of perceptual stimuli, opening your sensual awareness. Developed from research into emerging and speculative technologies such as prostheses, regeneration, radical life extension, mind uploading and cryonics, the sculptural designs of SINN question our understanding of what is ‘human’, to redefine the body as we know it.