Cathrine Disney (UK)
Blood, Sweat, Tears 

Utilising the human body as food for others is not as far from reality as it may first seem. Our blood, sweat and tears are regularly harvested by many of what we consider to be ‘pest’ species such as mosquitoes, flies, ticks, moths and mites.

By challenging which species are perceived as ‘worthy’ of life on Mars, and by choosing to use our human bodies to feed and enable the survival of a species that may not provide any benefit to the human-centered ecosystem, can we create post-anthropocentric ways of living?