It starts with a texture inspired by chipped flint, evidence of the first human settlements. The amorphous and irregular texture also recalls black obsidian, a soft and ductile volcanic glass that Egyptians, Aztecs and other past civilisations used to make blades, jewellery and ritual objects.
If you look closely at the matching texture, you can see that the underlying framework is the same. A series of superimposed elaborations transforms the initial inorganic material into a biological tissue with a futuristic, post-organic appearance, the result of an imaginary transhumanist evolution. In this distant future, new scientific and technological discoveries have transcended human limits.