Australian-based performance artist and hybridization pioneer Stelarc (born Stelios Arcadiou in 1946 in Limassol, Cyprus, lives and works in Melbourne) is an active participant in the cultural and political debate on extending the human body and enhancing its capacities through human-machine interfaces, prosthetics and robotics.
One cannot stay indifferent to Stelarc's extreme views and singular experiments. Placed at the heart of his research, the body—and his body in particular—is enhanced by machines and completed with sounds, music, the Internet, videos and computers which Stelarc adds to his devices.
 Stelarc - Body Mechanics
bilingual edition (English / French)
CDA (Centre des Arts)
This monograph is dedicated to Stelarc—the body artist known for his radical performances involving robotic prosthetics.

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