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The Man Who Perceives All by Emre Busse. Poster Art by Ethan Folk

The Man Who Perceives All (2024)

In his provocative new work of existential science fiction, Emre Busse invites his audience to question the meaning of “the gaze” as part of the post-human experience by replacing the eyes on the face with the orifice. This jarring visual and switch from the literal to the metaphorical leaves the protagonist to redefine his own human desires while reinventing his new self. In this new, surreal world of customizing sexual desires, one is left to question why they have been programmed to accept the bare minimum of their deepest desires in the first place!

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