ATTEMPTS TO SHAPE TOGETHERNESS BLENDED celebrates hybridity, dissolution and proliferation. It presents a series of objects, created with a cast made from a water bottle from Hong Kong. The shapes of the objects resemble liquified dolls, non-human bodies holding a mix of organic and anorganic materials; some of them melting away, blurring the border between the human and non-human worlds. They are a growing ensemble of contemporary fossils in post-pandemic, posthuman times. The objects, from the series LOST IN HONG KONG (ongoing since 2020), derived from water bottles, are put back to their “original environment”: a fridge commonly found in convenience stores. Next to the fridge the objects continue to multiply. Fed with images of LOST IN HONG KONG, an artificial intelligence created new familiar creatures. They are shown on a video screen and printed on stickers on the floor, almost waiting to be taken and spread around in the city. The creatures continue to multiply. The hybridity celebrated in this installation is in the materials used, but also in the many layers of transformation in processing them.