Short description of the event performance “May the Horse Live in Me” is an explicit exploration of corporeality through biotechnology, in which the human body is hibridising with the horse body by injection of horse serum from the horse blood. But this is not fatal intervention, as in the case of the mythological hero of Midas, who commits suicide to drink bull blood, in this case the idea is to explore the therapeutic effects for which horse blood was preparated so that it conforms to a human and has therapeutic effects. For this purpose, Marion Laval-Jeantet examine and test the different tissues of equine immunoglobulins. Equine immunoglobulins identify target tissues and give rise to specific functional reaction. This rite of blood brotherhood, raises questions about the limits of the species and the presumed dominance of people over animals. Are animals the future of the humans?