Cyber-Lovelace is a fantasy digital world, ‘Cyber’ meaning culture of computers and ‘Lovelace’ after the first human programmer Ada Lovelace. This moving image explores theories in ‘Cyborg feminism.'  The term is a metaphor to deny old traditions that virtual and physical are separations. To think of it as one. Feminist theorist have used the cyborg to disrupt the boundaries in gender. I have used this theory to  focus on the duality hand craft and graphical editing.  The set and costumes in Cyber-Lovelace is made from salvaging materials like plastic wallets, bike tires, mannequins and cardboard. Then collaged together with  after effects and photoshop.

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Kiera Saunders