“Form is the essence brought to the surface.”

It was Victor Hugo who said that. And despite some recent academic controversies, it is undeniable that our body language reveals our emotions. No need to start long studies in psychology or neuroscience to understand what goes on between two people. You only have to pay attention to their expressions, their gestures, their postures. To consider the context of the interaction and, above all, to observe in a factual fashion. Without any preconception. Proof through image. Read more

You’re missing the crucial stuff

Nature has endowed us with incredible sensory organs/sensors: under ideal conditions, we could see the flame of a candle 30 miles away; (almost) hear the movement of atoms; even smell 30 molecules of certain substances. It also provided us with a very limited simultaneous processing capability. In order to be able to make sense and extract usable data, we spend our time, without even realizing it, filtering the world that surrounds us. And we always miss a lot of important things. Sometimes what’s crucial. Read more