Liars avoid making eye contact and will look to the left when asked a question
I’d disagree with that one as when someone asks me something and I think about the answer it’s like I read from a book or webpage and see the information structured like that, so I’m staring in mid air and moving my eyes from left to right.
Some interesting bits of art:
The screen is filled with 9 video clips from different people zipping and unzipping their clothes. By moving 9 physical sub zippers and 1 main zipper attached in a canvas, users can control the individual zipper motion in the screen as a conductor
Project giant speech bubbles on walls and allow people to text messages into the bubbles. Well cool.
Apparently the logic behind the eye thing is that when we’re lying we access the creative side of our brain (the left) rather than the factual/storage side (the right) when we lie, so we look up and to the left. Blinking is another signifier. The mot says it’s pop psychology, not a given.
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