The Invention of Nature

To put it simply, a machine could be dismantled and then assembled again, while the parts of a living organism worked only in relation to each other. In a mechanical system the parts shaped the whole while in an organic system the whole shaped the parts. – ANDREA WULF, THE INVENTION OF NATURE

To put it simply, a machine could be dismantled and then assembled again, while the parts of a living organism worked only in relation to each other. In a mechanical system the parts shaped the whole while in an organic system the whole shaped the parts.

– ANDREA WULF, THE INVENTION OF NATURE

The photo was taken at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago