A working artifact for the Transhumanism film project by Miriam Simun, an ink squirting bladder, worn as a back prosthesis for synchronized swimmers squirting ink when pressure is applied by two swimmers moving together.

This unit was developed to fill the space between two bodies standing vertically back to back, this shape was digitally rendered and CNC cut to create the base form of a silicone bubble, layered with textures of rock and coral with synthetic shapes. Including a fabricated silicone one way valve system managing ink flow under water.