Once technology invades the body, the body will never be the same again. Technology evolves at a fast rate and uses our bodies as software for the technological bodies, just as the car uses its driver as software to travel along its route. In the meantime it has become clear that human development is not the final goal of evolution, but that technology is gradually taking over our prominent position in evolution and is evolving at a much faster rate than biological life has ever been able to develop. What were initially technological extensions of the human body to increase the power of humans are now moving step by step towards complex emotional instruments whose behaviour is unpredictable. Technology is turning wild.
Architectural bodies too are now the target of technological invasion. These bodies are a part of global networks, they are (linked by cables) wired. The bodies are connected to databases and their behaviour and (form) shape can be programmed. The body-specific scripts feed on data from databases that are upgrading themselves in real time. The architectural bodies can now be literally animated. Architecture no longer has a static final image, its visible form is becoming as unpredictable as the weather. Architecture is turning wild.