Samuel Capps British, b. 1984

Samuel Capps's  practice looks at the affect technology has on creating new spatial contexts and our perceptional displacement to a new digital sub-dimension. He has previously been exploring an idea of the ‘Technonatural’; the point where technology embedded into the materiality of humans and their environments becomes imperceivable. His practice also considers the representation of media archaeology and the human impact that has created the epoch of the Anthropocene, extending to radical projections of our future materiality in a post-nature or a post-human world.