Dis-orientation and its Aftermath — An earlier version of this text was published as: Jara Rocha and Femke Snelting, “The Possible Bodies Inventory: dis-orientation and its aftermath,” in InMaterial, Vol. 2 Núm. 3 (2017): Cuerpos poliédricos y diseño: Miradas sin límites.
x, y, z (4 filmstills) — First published as: Possible Bodies, “x, y, z,” in Fictional Journal, The Uncanny Issue (2018).
Invasive Imagination and its Agential Cuts — A shorter version of this text was published in Spanish as: Jara Rocha,Femke Snelting, “La imaginación invasiva y sus cortes agenciales,” in Utopía. Revista de Crítica Cultural (April-June 2019).
The Fragility of Life — First published as: “The Fragility of Life. A conversation between Femke Snelting, Jara Rocha and Simone C Niquille,” Het Nieuwe Instituut Research & Development (Rotterdam: Het Nieuwe Instituut, 2018).
Somatopologies — Initially created as an installation for Constant_V (Brussels, 2018), Somatopologies travelled to the 4th Istanbul Design Biennial; The Exhibition Library, Seoul Mediacity Biennial; LUMA Arles A School of Schools, C-Mine Genk and Goldsmiths, London for the seminar Volumetric Ecologies.
MakeHuman — First published as: Jara Rocha, Femke Snelting, “MakeHuman,” in Posthuman Glossary, eds. Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova (Bloomsbury Academic, 2018).
So-called Plants — Written for the forthcoming publication: Plants by Numbers, eds. Helen V. Pritchard and Jane Prophet (Bloomsbury Academic, 2022).
Depths and Densities: A bugged report — Report of a workshop with the same title conducted by Possible Bodies feat. Helen V. Pritchard during transmediale 2019. Published as: Jara Rocha, “Depths and Densities: a bugged report,” in transmediale journal, issue #3 (Berlin: transmediale, 2019).
We have always been geohackers — First published as: The Underground Division (Helen Pritchard, Jara Rocha, Jara, Femke Snelting), “We Have Always Been Geohackers,” in How to Relate: Knowledges, Arts, Practices (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2021).
LiDAR on the Rocks — A first iteration of LiDAR on the Rocks took place at the Citizen Sci-Fi fair organized by Furtherfield in Finsbury Park, London on August 10th, 2019.
Ultrasonic Dreams of Aclinical Renderings — First published as: Possible Bodies, “Ultrasonic Dreams of Aclinical Renderings,” in Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, No. 13.