Pleasure becomes pain; pain turns to pleasure.
As we are exposed to a stimulus that causes a pleasant or unpleasant response, more than just developing an adaptation to that stimulus, we develop an opposite secondary emotion or sensation. This secondary reaction can be deeper and/or longer lasting than the initial reaction, and as the stimulus is repeated, the initial response can become weaker while the secondary response grows stronger.
Eva is a journey from the birth of humanity (Adán) to the rebirth of the new human (Eva). With a positive but disturbing point of view it delves into the idea of technological singularity and the consequences of the exponential growth of human development. In order to do so, it explores in an extreme and profound way the relationships between concepts such as micro/macro, organic/inorganic, natural/artificial, man/machine.facebookorder