Homeostasis was originally created in the early 1970s when Stephen Scrivener (pictured above) was at The Slade School of Art. On his website, Stephen Scrivener writes, "The Machine (now lost) was an interactive artwork comprising hardware that modelled a homeostatic system. Homeostasis was represented as a square and, when destabilised by the viewer, the system would undergo a series of state changes before returning to a stable state." Working with Professor Scrivener, Sean Clark has helped rebuild this pioneering interactive artwork using current technology. It will be exhibited in Sydney, Australia in 2023. More details and pictures to follow in the new year.