Aljoscha, b. 1974 is a Ukrainian sculptor and painter, known for his conceptual works, based on the ideas of bioism and biofuturism and the bioethical abolitionism.
"Bioism or biofuturism represents my attempt to create new living forms and a new aesthetics of future organic life. Bioism is a way to develop art objects which express visual possibilities of synthetical biology. It is an effort to produce art based on vitality, multiplicity and complexity.
I consider each of my works as a living being. Bioism expands life to lifeless subjects.
Personally, I believe that in the future, in the wake of a biological revolution, we will use living furniture, dwell in living houses, and travel in space using living stations. But the most exciting thing will be the ability of artists to work with living substances, thereby constructing new forms of life. The artistic act will acquire the practical sense of birth. Fantastical might be reactions of art object to its creator and surroundings. Art museums of the future could turn into zoological gardens, galleries into new life diversity funds, ateliers into biological laboratories.
Bioism aims to spread new and endless forms of life throughout the universe.
Paradise engineering is an epiphany of new bioethics."
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