Visual Arts

Short films and photographic journeys set to original music

It’s going to be generations—if ever—in which engineers will be able to create a humanoid robot with the ability to express emotions like the face of a child.


One of the reasons we are so intrigued by children's expressions is because much of what they express is grounded in honesty.


Their little minds have not yet acquired the skills to hide what they're thinking. Consequently, we see what they're thinking through their expressions. 

Only when we mature do we learn how to mask up; to consciously manipulate our facial expressions to reflect what we want people to think about us.

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