How our nose could change if we lived on Mars.Transhumanistic speculations

A speculative project on the borderline of anthropology, plastic surgery and biomimethics using 3D printing technology and the current state of knowledge in the field of cosmonautics.

This is a visual interpretation of research on the impact of climatic conditions prevailing on Mars on the shape of noses and threats to our health associated with reaching the red planet made on the basis of 3D printing technology.


Selected three models – 3D photo of a printed subject in a flexible

Tango Plus 9740 material. Polyet technology, liquid photopolymer cured with UV light


Project consulted with the Department of Animal and Human Physiology Faculty of Biology of the University, with Analogue Astronaut from Austrian Space Forum.

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6th Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics & X “ETSAM: Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (UPM) 12-13.07.2018, Madrid 2018,

exhibited at MUSEO DEL TRAJE, Madrid at the international exhibition accompanying the conference.

The article “Application of incremental technologies in reflections on transhumanistic aesthetics – a project “who nose” during a review published in CITAR’s Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts;





The project was also presented at:

2nd International Conference on 3D Printing Technology and Innovations London, Great Britain 2018



“3D printing technology and Innovations “

International Journal of Advancements in Technology, London 2018 collective work ISNN0976-4860



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