Printed prosthetics, bionic biceps, a disco dog, concerning code, glitch art.
Abstract Internetism is run by Amy Nyanpi, a glitch artist influenced by transhumanism, futurology, Dadaism, Fluxus, and more. Art, virtual space as its own sovereignty devoid of physical space. Cyberspace. I love it. New Rising Media interviewed her, where she shares some of her work and process.
Maybe some day the idiom "it cost me an arm and a leg" will be literal.
The last three articles are there to help you imagine this world: people with lab-grown limbs using exoskeletons in the supermarket, carrying all of their 16 bags of groceries back to the car in one trip. And half of the bags are full of 3d-printed prosthetics. Why? I dunno. I'm sure they have their reasons.