HUMANOID
Something in between a roboter and a human being, caught in emotionlessness. We classify any sort of machines or living beings that have a human-like appearance as humanoid. Tall, emaciated figures. Caught in metal. The joints are hold together by cablings. There is no individualism in the emotionless world of technocrathy. Numbers, measures, coordinates have priority. The society is only seen as a system.
The jailbreak of a Humanoid. The detach, the rescue from a metal shell and the attain to become a human.
Partners: Meritt Hettwer, Nicole Koslik, Jan-Erik Langner
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