The Condition - We, humans, have been able to easily divide things into artefacts, things that are produced by humans, and biological organisms, organisms that are evolved or grown ‘naturally’. However, today we are in degreasing degree able to make a distinction between artificial and natural things based on our cognitive abilities. This is due to our long-term development in plant and animal cultivation, cloning, genetic manipulation and biotechnological methods. Also, at the same time we are developing new avenues for artificial life and artificial intelligence to evolve on different platforms and materials. It seems to me that the future ecologies on our planet will be forming at the intersection of technological and biological evolution and human agency.