the end of me,
the beginning of you,

Kling & Bang gallery/ Reykjavík / 2021

Is a speculation on the future of human and more-than-human relationships within the context of cellular agriculture.

A human body is inhabited by ten times as many non-human cells as human cells.

Cells from my body, bacterias from my body, yeast from my body.

When inside human-me we are one body. Outside of human-me, in artificial wombs they become their own body.

I care for them, feed them, protect them, watch them grow.

They are part of human-me that become their more-than-human-me selves.

They are my daughters. I am their mother.

I care for them, I am mothering them. And then I’ll eat them.