Human Behavior Project

"Human Behavior Project"

“Human Behavior Project”


The Human Behavior project was selected to be part of an exhibition at the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University in California for one consecutive year from 2005 to 2006. It's a frame by frame drawing animation project that explores four behaviors: two behaviors that create life: "Love" and "Forgiveness"; and two behaviors that destroy life: "Hate" and "Greed". Each behavior is depicted with an animation in a constant loop. The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University is the museum with the largest collection of Rodin sculptures in the United States and belongs to one of the most prestigious universities in this country. In it's original form, the project was interactive, allowing the audience to discover the varying emotions through a touch screen.