'I would rather be a cyborg than a goddess.' Donna Haraway.

If science fiction were a prediction for the fate of human beings by the late twentieth century we would be reduced to an image of the imagination.
The machine crafted in the human form that will populate the world. The organism that becomes a machine or the machine that becomes an organism.
The implications of cyborg anthropology on humanity will be seen via the means of nanotechnology, genetics and artificial intelligence.
Theoretically we will soon become fabricated hybrids of machines and organisms, extensions of our machines: cyborgs.

Photography by Benedict Redgrove