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HUMAN

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Actualmente, alrededor del nacimiento de un ni\u00f1o, en ciertos casos hay muchas m\u00e1s personas que el padre y la madre, podemos nombrar al donante de esperma, la donante de \u00f3vulo o la mujer que ha realizado la gestaci\u00f3n subrogada, sin contar a los m\u00e9dicos y bi\u00f3logos.\u2028\r<\/p><p>Esta investigaci\u00f3n cuenta con mucho material fotogr\u00e1fico, gr\u00e1fico y textos, estos van transitando los territorios de las estructuras humanas de nuestra \u00e9poca. Las T\u00e9cnicas de Reproducci\u00f3n Humana Asistida (TRHA) traen consigo modificaciones en las estructuras familiares, en las formas de lazo social e incluso en nuestras creencias y afectos. \r<\/p><p>La persona del ma\u00f1ana es hoy, las TRHA nos confrontan a una atemporalidad, a la ilusi\u00f3n de eternidad y de omnipotencia: podemos hacer que las v\u00edrgenes gesten hijos para s\u00ed mismas o para otras mujeres; podemos trasplantar \u00fateros a los hombres para que pasen por la experiencia del embarazo. Cuando la ciencia interviene, tiene el poder de crear un mundo desconocido. Esta perplejidad la encontramos en Frankenstein, una alegor\u00eda de lo que puede traer el desarrollo cient\u00edfico, \u00bfHasta d\u00f3nde podemos llegar?\u2028\u2028 A medida que la tecnolog\u00eda avanza, nos enfrentamos a realidades in\u00e9dita, dif\u00edcil de pronosticar. \u2028\r<\/p><p>Las TRHA resaltan lo que est\u00e1 presente en toda procreaci\u00f3n: sexualidad y muerte, abren interrogantes ligados al comienzo de la vida, la reproducci\u00f3n, la diferencia de los sexos y de las generaciones, la filiaci\u00f3n, entre otros., esto, junto a la biotecnolog\u00eda, incrementa cada d\u00eda m\u00e1s el terreno de lo posible y lo \u201cperfecto\", esta nos permite intervenir en la naturaleza, modificarla sin tener un conocimiento completo de las consecuencias: podemos congelar embriones, que para muchas parejas son hijos en espera, eternizados fuera del tiempo de los mortales; podemos modificar el ADN, etc.\u2028\u2028\r<\/p><p>Esta investigaci\u00f3n tambi\u00e9n indaga en las practicas que suceden fuera del marco legal, la bio\u00e9tica, los escalones de privilegio y objetualizaci\u00f3n de los cuerpos e historias personales (de los individuos fotografiados) que involucran creencias religiosas, presi\u00f3n social, fantas\u00edas hasta rozar la ciencia ficci\u00f3n, etc.\r<\/p><p>English \r<\/p><p>This is a long-term project, in which I deeply research the human being's need for reproduction -with a partner or alone-, naturally and through technology and other means.\r<\/p><p>I wonder, what is a child? Where does the decision to have one come from? How are children made? Currently, around the birth of a child, in certain cases there are many more people than the father and mother, we can name the sperm donor, the egg donor or the woman who has carried out the surrogacy, not counting the doctors and biologists.\r<\/p><p>This research has a lot of photographic, graphic and text material, these are passing through the territories of the human structures of our time. Assisted Human Reproduction Techniques (TRHA) bring modifications in family structures, in forms of social bond and even in our beliefs and affections.\r<\/p><p>The person of tomorrow is today, TRHA confront us with a timelessness, with the illusion of eternity and omnipotence: we can make virgins bear children for themselves or for other women; We can transplant wombs into men to go through the pregnancy experience. When science intervenes, it has the power to create an unknown world. We find this perplexity in Frankenstein, an allegory of what scientific development can bring. How far can we go? As technology advances, we are faced with unprecedented realities, difficult to predict.\r<\/p><p>The TRHA highlight what is present in all procreation: sexuality and death, they open questions related to the beginning of life, reproduction, the difference of the sexes and generations, filiation, among others, this, together with biotechnology , increases every day more the field of the possible and the \"perfect\", this allows us to intervene in nature, modify it without having a complete knowledge of the consequences: we can freeze embryos, which for many couples are children in expectation, eternalized outside the Mortal time; we can modify DNA, etc.\r<\/p><p>This research also investigates the practices that occur outside the legal framework, bioethics, the steps of privilege and objectification of the bodies and personal histories (of the individuals photographed) that involve religious beliefs, social pressure, fantasies even bordering on science fiction, etc. \r<\/p><p>M\u00e1s informaci\u00f3n sobre este texto de origenPara obtener m\u00e1s informaci\u00f3n sobre la traducci\u00f3n, se necesita el texto de origen\r<\/p><p>Enviar comentarios\r<\/p><p>Paneles laterales<\/p>","body_raw":"English below\r\nEste es un proyecto a largo plazo, en el que investigo profundamente sobre las necesidad de reproducci\u00f3n del ser humano -en pareja o solo-, de forma natural y mediante la tecnolog\u00eda y otros medios. \r\n\r\n\u2028\u2028Me pregunto, \u00bfqu\u00e9 es un ni\u00f1o? \u00bfDe d\u00f3nde viene la decisi\u00f3n de tener uno? \u00bfC\u00f3mo se fabrican los ni\u00f1os? 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Las T\u00e9cnicas de Reproducci\u00f3n Humana Asistida (TRHA) traen consigo modificaciones en las estructuras familiares, en las formas de lazo social e incluso en nuestras creencias y afectos. \r\n\r\nLa persona del ma\u00f1ana es hoy, las TRHA nos confrontan a una atemporalidad, a la ilusi\u00f3n de eternidad y de omnipotencia: podemos hacer que las v\u00edrgenes gesten hijos para s\u00ed mismas o para otras mujeres; podemos trasplantar \u00fateros a los hombres para que pasen por la experiencia del embarazo. Cuando la ciencia interviene, tiene el poder de crear un mundo desconocido. Esta perplejidad la encontramos en Frankenstein, una alegor\u00eda de lo que puede traer el desarrollo cient\u00edfico, \u00bfHasta d\u00f3nde podemos llegar?\u2028\u2028 A medida que la tecnolog\u00eda avanza, nos enfrentamos a realidades in\u00e9dita, dif\u00edcil de pronosticar. \u2028\r\n\r\nLas TRHA resaltan lo que est\u00e1 presente en toda procreaci\u00f3n: sexualidad y muerte, abren interrogantes ligados al comienzo de la vida, la reproducci\u00f3n, la diferencia de los sexos y de las generaciones, la filiaci\u00f3n, entre otros., esto, junto a la biotecnolog\u00eda, incrementa cada d\u00eda m\u00e1s el terreno de lo posible y lo \u201cperfecto\", esta nos permite intervenir en la naturaleza, modificarla sin tener un conocimiento completo de las consecuencias: podemos congelar embriones, que para muchas parejas son hijos en espera, eternizados fuera del tiempo de los mortales; podemos modificar el ADN, etc.\u2028\u2028\r\n\r\nEsta investigaci\u00f3n tambi\u00e9n indaga en las practicas que suceden fuera del marco legal, la bio\u00e9tica, los escalones de privilegio y objetualizaci\u00f3n de los cuerpos e historias personales (de los individuos fotografiados) que involucran creencias religiosas, presi\u00f3n social, fantas\u00edas hasta rozar la ciencia ficci\u00f3n, etc.\r\n\r\nEnglish \r\n\r\nThis is a long-term project, in which I deeply research the human being's need for reproduction -with a partner or alone-, naturally and through technology and other means.\r\n\r\nI wonder, what is a child? Where does the decision to have one come from? How are children made? Currently, around the birth of a child, in certain cases there are many more people than the father and mother, we can name the sperm donor, the egg donor or the woman who has carried out the surrogacy, not counting the doctors and biologists.\r\n\r\nThis research has a lot of photographic, graphic and text material, these are passing through the territories of the human structures of our time. Assisted Human Reproduction Techniques (TRHA) bring modifications in family structures, in forms of social bond and even in our beliefs and affections.\r\n\r\nThe person of tomorrow is today, TRHA confront us with a timelessness, with the illusion of eternity and omnipotence: we can make virgins bear children for themselves or for other women; We can transplant wombs into men to go through the pregnancy experience. When science intervenes, it has the power to create an unknown world. We find this perplexity in Frankenstein, an allegory of what scientific development can bring. How far can we go? As technology advances, we are faced with unprecedented realities, difficult to predict.\r\n\r\nThe TRHA highlight what is present in all procreation: sexuality and death, they open questions related to the beginning of life, reproduction, the difference of the sexes and generations, filiation, among others, this, together with biotechnology , increases every day more the field of the possible and the \"perfect\", this allows us to intervene in nature, modify it without having a complete knowledge of the consequences: we can freeze embryos, which for many couples are children in expectation, eternalized outside the Mortal time; we can modify DNA, etc.\r\n\r\nThis research also investigates the practices that occur outside the legal framework, bioethics, the steps of privilege and objectification of the bodies and personal histories (of the individuals photographed) that involve religious beliefs, social pressure, fantasies even bordering on science fiction, etc. \r\nM\u00e1s 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