“Biomedia”1 is a publication by Eugene Thacker, philosopher and professor at The New School in New York. He defines Bio media as “....biotech practices that focuses on the body as a medium. Not simply as a technological instrumentalization of the (natural, biological) body, but as a unique domain in which biology is a technology , a better technology than any we can build ”. This concept re interprets the materiality of informatics. Thacker emphasizes “ Not just that the medium is the message, but that biology is the new medium: the medium is a message, and that message is a molecule”. The development of autonomous, heuristic systems that can support human life in extreme conditions will rely heavily on involving the human organism itself as part of its technology. Project horizon2 through experiments realized that the cyclical maintenance and control of organic input and output cycles is a complex task. One in which one could not undermine the value of elements down to their perceived functional qualities.