"In rural small towns in the United States hackers are working on merging man and machine. They develop devices and gadgets to implant into their own bodies, becoming guinea pigs of a transhuman future. Their risky experiments and strong faith into technology’s emancipatory potential challenges science, medicine and ethics equally."
All images © Hannes Wiedemann
"Berlin-based photographer Hannes Wiedemann followed the US-american bodyhacking community in 2015/16. The age-long myth of enhancement, the future, and innovation, today, is predominantly illustrated via an aesthetics of smooth interfaces; he offers a counterproposal with makeshift arrangements, dirty interiors, and ruthless high-resolution images of corporality."