The intention of the conference was to expound upon what we considered the role of Art, Anatomy and Humanity to be, on earth and beyond, now and in the future. The symposium would reflect upon how contemporary artists, scientists and philosophers perceive the anatomical body, both terrestrial and extra terrestrial, and how the future of anatomical research is seen to be unfolding. As a “spin off “ of our 2014 Conference “Vesalius Continuum” this symposium wished to evoke the pioneering spirit of Vesalius in pushing the barriers of thought as wide open as he would undoubtedly insist. The symposium and exhibition wanted to ponder upon the inadequacies of our organic earth bound bodies and the advancements and revolutionary technological physical enhancements that are occurring with ever gathering speed as we venture into space. These enhancements have transformed and will further change the future of the hitherto “organic carbon man”.