Shaping the world is most of the time understood from an inorganic point of view. People are talking about sand becoming microchips, about stones becoming homes. What I suggest is to enlarge these conceptions and look at the shaping of our world from an organic point of view, especially at humanimal communities. And then, being able to talk about overproductive cows, bored encaged tigers, neurotic cats, landscaped dogs, synthetic bacteria and other guinea pigs.

From January to June 2011, I rode along US borders to see what american beastness looks like…

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