“Lament” is the first act of Heymans new autobiographical body of work, Post-Human Considerations.
Six mechanically induced women narrate the digital installation through the use of a newly composed lament. A guiding light fixed to their support apparatus accompanies the mourning, seemingly blind women in a fixed grid and endless loop around their own graves, unable to access free will. A manifestation of the mother figure, chanting boisterous into the infinate void. The heads are indivertible connected to the system that amplifies their suffering and regret.
A posthuman reflection on identity and loss, a human emotion confined to the parameters of human nature.


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