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IEET > Contributors > Eva Linzenbold

Eva Linzenbold

Eva Linzenbold is a researcher, artist and designer. She is currently a research student at the Royal College of Art, London, where she is exploring the aesthetic and ethical implications of human enhancement.

Her key areas of interest are:

  • The body and the future human
  • Redesigning the human body through technology (especially prosthetics).
  • Beauty and body modification
  • How we perceive physical beauty, the golden ratio, extreme beauty, aesthetic plastic surgery.
  • Human enhancement and its ethical implications.
  • Emerging technologies, transhumanism, designed evolution, creating artificial life, Frankenstein, metamorphosis.

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"What range of functions should the future body provide?"   Ethical Technology  Jan 16, 2013

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