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SpaceXXX: Mission to Mars. The catalogue

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Published: 01.07.2019
SpaceXXX: Mission to Mars. The catalogue.
Ezra Satok-Wolman
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Ezra Satok-Wolman
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Ezra Satok-Wolman
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Ontario
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2019
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40 pages, 24.5 x 21 cm, hard cover, full colour, English
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An exhibition catalogue about Ezra Satok-Wolman's recent project: a multi-media project that looks towards the colonization of Mars, and the “Ship of Fools” who will colonize it. Satok-Wolman has designed a new collection of jewellery, rooted in space-age principles and technology, intended to adorn the AI (Artificial Intelligence) sex robots that will serve as astronaut companions in his dystopian vision of the future.
Historically jewellery has been developed and studied in a terrestrial context. Over the course of several years, artist and jeweller Ezra Satok-Wolman has been working on a project that envisions what adornment in space might be like and how jewellery can be produced in space using a system that is easily reproducible and requires only a basic set of tools and reusable elements. The system is based on Satok-Wolman’s design for a universal nodal connector and customized stainless steel springs that facilitate the mechanical connection of the parts. The system can be used to produce an unlimited number of flexible, geometric and abstract forms that have structural memory, and can adapt to the body and its movements.

Leave it to man to design a giant phallus for the purpose of spreading our seed throughout the cosmos.
/ Ezra Satok-Wolman, 2019


Sex Robots
Intimacy, passion, love. These are aspects of the human condition that can be neither forged nor synthesized. These aspects are not necessarily related to reproduction. They are unique to humans, and have no place in the animal kingdom. Beyond the need to reproduce, humans have sexual needs that fulfil physical urges and emotional desire. As technology has advanced, enabling humans to be ever more connected in a global context, technology has also affected humans in such a way that we have become more isolated as individuals, and further disconnected from our natural environment. A new kind of virtual relationship has emerged as a result of many of these technologies, and this has impacted the way we approach interconnection.

The development of artificial intelligence and robotics has given way to the rise of a new kind of romantic partner, Sex Robots. The sex robots can be configured and customized to suit individual preferences, allowing users to create their ideal companion. If we can for a moment consider Earth as the warm, affectionate, loving, partner of humans, these robots are the ideal metaphor for the cold, synthetic existence we can expect on Mars. Artificial, simulated, lifeless beings, designed by humans to serve the basic sexual needs and desires of both men and women.


The Mars Hotel
The Mars Hotel is a concept that explores the prospective relationship between astronauts and sex robots in the new colony. The number of inhabitants in the colony will be limited, and the relationships between the members of this narrow group of individuals will be extremely delicate. The sexual needs of the group will be a critical factor, and with limited options for potential partners, the robots will provide a solution to the issue of incompatibility. 
 
The monogamy paradigm may not fit with the new societal model, and The Mars Hotel will provide a setting where both men and women can engage in safe sexual activity with robotic companions in a controlled environment. It can be viewed as a therapeutic forum for stress relief and recreational activity.
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