Living as a Human Animal | Naho Iguchi | TEDxTokyoyz by TEDx Talks   3 years ago


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Naho Iguchi is a social sculptor who ventures her life out in Berlin. Her art motif is to elucidate the genuine nature of human being by realigning her relationship between the consciousness, the body, and the environment. This is a response to her stewing questions towards the society, culture, systems, and human behaviors. Spent nearly three years for the social experiment, her questions are vanishing. Her art piece is intangible. Her focus is on the human decision-making process which she defines as a ""quantum"" (the smallest unit) of human activity.
How do we choose our actions, thoughts, and emotions?
What elements unknowingly and unconsciously influence our choices?
How much can we be aware of the influences?
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