Stefan Sagmeister’s ‘The Happy Show’ is centered around the well known designer’s ten year exploration of happiness. Having gathered the social data of Harvard psychologists Daniel Gilbert and Steven Pinker, psychologist Jonathan Haidt, anthropologist Donald Symons, and several prominent historians, ‘The Happy Show’ also includes a personal narrative, underlinig Sagmeisters individual experience. Furthermore he has focused on social data detailing the role of age, gender, race, money, and other factors that determine happiness. Long story short: ‘The Happy Show offers visitors the experience of walking into Stefan Sagmeister’s mind as he attempts to increase his happiness via mediation, cognitive therapy, and mood-altering pharmaceuticals.’
Gazelli Art House in London is a commercial art organization dedicated to providing a new setting for Contemporary art.
Francis Alys - Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing (1997)
Strong winds and high tides battered a coastal road close to Newtownards, Northern Ireland, Sunday Jan 5, 2014. (Peter Morrison/Associated Press)