SYNOPSIS

Lizardians depicts a world in the near future, in which a technology that applies the axolotl salamander’s genetic powers of regeneration to the human body has been commercialized for mass consumption. Human body parts are produced and sold as health and beauty products by a biotech corporation, RENEW. The reality of a worker whose job is to regenerate her body parts in isolation, and the reality of another worker who takes care of the defective limb products unfold synchronistically. Lizardians is a story which questions the value of labor, authorship and creativity in a world that is controlled by a capitalistic system.