It's a Questions of Power, Isn't It?


Anne Duk Hee Jordan (1978, Korea) creates romantic machines that mirror, extend, or convert biological processes and chemical reactions between living organisms and dead matter. Working with specialists in the fields of marine life, biology, sexuality and reproduction, nutrition, and ecology, her work is interconnected and develops a continual narrative between science, art, and philosophy. People and nature encounter one another within a creative process that contradicts this very dichotomy. As a result, Jordan’s practice feels like entering a ‘Wunderkammer’ – a cabinet of art and curiosities – in which all things are equal and interconnected in a grand universe of things. The environments that she creates humorously symbolise a social space, in which the exchanges reproduce biological processes or represent human interactions.

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