Testing the "limits" of what we can imagine, using such "photographs" and our capacity to imagine the "ESSENCE". There is nothing to hold us back form perceiving pleasures; the impersonal, dispassionate act is an attempt to make you more sensuous... a real exchange in a real dimension... to which the atavistic layers of imagination are unable to react otherwise. A difficult and "dense" narrative designed to stick in your memory.
On the other hand, the flood of them leads to apathy ought to manifest itself in the muffling of "moral" repugnance. In great quantities, they are no longer shocking, and their power and efficiency work to stimulate the imagination by suggesting the "unnamable". The "act of bestiality" is the fulfillment of esthetics; it even goes beyond an esthetic dimension which is devoid of any meaning. The atavistic mind is only a trick, an antiquarian method, as it were, designed to "seduce" the viewer, who discovers, to his or her "positive" terror, which is a truly splendid, but morally disgusting "dangerous beauty" backed by a secret. That secret may simply be an escape from silence and emptiness. Perhaps finally the absence of any guaranty of the meaning of what is going to happen.
The dog reminds us that the woman, as opposed to an animal, is capable of feeling shame, although she is neither embarrassed or shameless. This fact comes across to us, not as certain idea, but as a revelation. Every human character contains such a "revelation", but it is hidden because of our daily routine. Such fantasy may result in the salvation of the object of desire and substituting love with rules of exchange. There's no sense in differentiating between the physical body and the ethereal soul. What is important is the difference between the ways of looking at our corporeality. And only when we look at people as we ought to, so that their corporeality becomes transparent and lets us get through to our own conscious perspective... through which we are able to perceive moral reality...
What is important is precisely that moral reality, according to which we've been created as an image and likeness. That refers to something quite real, namely to the human incarnation of a certain free being, capable of love as well as to feel shame. A testimony that the diversity of human will and emotions, thoughts and passions is boundless in the final reckoning. The theory of chaos deals with complicated systems. Such a system has two features. First of all, it may act in an unpredictable manner locally. Yet second of all, a higher degree of order may develop in that unpredictable state.
But we also have a question as to whether the idea of equality succumbs first to such "experiments". The essence of transhumanism is the modification that every being has intrinsic value and is therefore entitled to the same rights as all humans. And we can manipulate anything in such a complicated product of evolution as a human being, without violating his or her inner balance?