Humanity in animals - PhMuseum

Humanity in animals

Marina Papagianni

2013 - Ongoing

Athens, Attica, Greece

The connection between animals and humans may be deeper than we actually believe. In fact, our furry relatives may share many common feelings and states with humans. Research has even shown that there is an increase in such behaviour in situations of uncertainty, social tension, or impending danger. In this project we have attempted to show the relationship between humans and animals, by capturing animals with intense expressions, which make them look almost humanlike. Of course we as humans, don't expect animals to be vain, resentful or shameful. We believe in their innocence and have reasons to believe that they will never feel and behave as the sinful creatures we are. In the end though, we are all animals made by the same creator and even if we don't feel alike, we share the looks in our faces!

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