Our modern world is a dynamic confluence of biology and technology where immense power often lies in what feels like feeble hands. Mega-bots and Nano-bots will soon share space with printable food and printable body parts. Catapulting head over heels into a world that feels as if it is coming undone not only at the seams but at its core. How does one speak to and about such things? For me, it is with humor, curiosity and paint. The wetter the better.
The BioBot term is relevant for this series of work as it denotes something that appears both organic and constructed. The complexity of movement, texture and pattern are the rhythms of life and of paint.