|since 1999. The body as a transmission device, orgasm as kinetic control system, epileptic seizure and sex related contractions of the body as information machinery, are some of the examples of my most recent interest. I try to explore these ideas through the collective efforts of Machine Sex Action Group.
I initiated a new research into the yet unexplored territories of "machine sex action", "body-machine performance" a number of years ago while exploring the hardware of the file cabinet and the pelvic motions of sexual intercourse. The first performances investigated the in-out, back and forth movements of the cabinet drawers and the pelvic gestures of the user in relation to the archival information storage systems of technological society.