What do life support devices do when there are no humans left to support? These plucky little machines have found a solution: when no human is available, they work to keep each other alive instead.
Revital Cohen, who previously tried to cheer up mice who were genetically engineered to be depressed, designed The Immortal, a series of machines that circulate liquids and air. Instead of being hooked up to a human body, as we would expect, they instead pump those life-giving materials through other machines, creating a sense that the machines are keeping each other alive. Cohen created The Immortal to explore the relationship between humans and machines: