Marei Wollersberger
2005/7

Post-reproductional Sex
A new generation in reproduction technologies lead to in-vitro conceived designer babies becoming the standard.
How will our sexuality (have to) change when conception shifts from our bedrooms to the laboratory?

What if high-end technology remains a privilege to a selected few, and reproduction is linked to economic power?

Would physical reproduction be considered crude and animal-like?

Would we modify our bodies to show off status?

How would clothes, behaviors and our perceptions of morals change?



OTHER PROJECTS
Futile Fulfillment
Design for an Alert State
Biosafety / Child Crime Force / Post Mortem Ltd.




New erogenous zones as a status symbol
New erogenous zones as a status symbol
Bestiality might be a socially acceptable form of post-reproductinal sexuality
Bestiality might be a socially acceptable form of post-reproductinal sexuality
Traditional erogenous zones such as plump lips might be considered vulgar and covered up
Traditional erogenous zones such as plump lips might be considered vulgar and covered up