Non-Verbally Communicating
21 December 2016

We set up our scanning rig, people tend to form a line or take a number and come back when it is time. We provide similar if not the same directions to each person. Their repetitive, non-candid responses carry  touches of non-verbal influence between each other.  These collaged images do not serve this public engagement justice.  Each event, each scanning session, carries enormous opportunity to see how observant and responsive people are.  This study seeks to explore how environments and scenarios can influence the bodily projections we respond with.  By engaging with humans to record their non-verbal behavior and by slowing down the clock to observe and appreciate the minuscule, I seek to address themes of the body, time, and the everyday. Participation and collaboration with people are significant factors to the development, execution and evaluation of this exercise / study.