tickling and stop laughing
Kathryn Fleming / Henrik Nieratschker / Alexa Pollmann
Philosophy treats laughter as a moment when we conquer our brain. This is either considered to be positive – a moment of freedom and release of emotions, or negative – as the brain can be seen as the major aspect of the eloborate human. A tickling machine in collaboration with a machine which stops you from laughing comments on this conflict of positions about what makes us human.