Sex and technology have always been bed buddies in one way or another. From vibrators to texting to teledildonics to SecondLife liaisons to porn as a pioneering industry in web, the connection between the two is undeniable.
Arse Elektronika, a conference now in its third year, hit Hong Kong in April with an art exhibit that finally drew to a close last week.
“By inviting artists who’re dealing with various issues of technosexual bodies, we aim not only to examine the unexplored technicalities, functionalities and interfaces of the new technologies and sexualities, but also to formulate a broader understanding of the meanings of the ‘technosexual,'” says the Arse Elektronika site.
We here at Sex and the 405 don’t know if we understand anything any better, but we do know win when we see it:
Images by Johannes Grenzfurthner.