The Turning Behavior
HD Video with stereo sound in headphones.
Installation inside electrical cabinet.
The term Turning Behavior derived from cognitive science explaining the circle-path that land mammals such as cats and dogs does to scan off their environment before laying down to rest. Archive footage further explains the phenomena and display conditions of this behavior among humans.
Liocarcinus marmoreus 2.jpg, 3 oktober 2005, © Hans Hillewaert
Influence of Body Morphology on Turning Behaviour in Carnivores. D. Eilam, Journal of Motor Behaviour, Volume 26, no 1, March 1994.
Journal of Experiamnetal psychology
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Photo: Jean-Baptiste Béranger