Through installation, film, and photography, but also artificial intelligence and edible technology, the work of artist and filmmaker Lucy McRae speculates on the future of human existence by exploring the limits of the body, beauty, biotechnology, and the self. She explores the cultural and emotional impacts science and cutting-edge technology have on redesigning the body and uses art as a mechanism to signal and challenge our ideologies and ethics about who we are and where we are headed. Lucy McRae has exhibited at museums, film festivals, institutes such as MIT, Ars Electronica, and NASA, and science forums across the globe. Her works have been exhibited at the Science Museum in London, the Centre Pompidou, and at the Venice Biennale. She is a guest professor at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles.