The ability to understand facial expressions is an important part of nonverbal communication. If you only listen to what a person says and ignore what that person's face is telling you, then you really only have half the story. You might have trouble with eye contact or read too much into negative expressions on other people's faces. Although it is important to pay attention to facial expressions, remember that knowing the emotion doesn't tell you the cause. If someone seems bored, upset or disinterested it could be for a number of reasons — and have nothing to do with you. The value in understanding facial expressions is to gather information about how the other person is feeling and guide your interaction accordingly.
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Hundreds of volunteers have stripped and posed naked in a north London park -- all in the name of art. Wearing nothing but a white face mask, some volunteers gathered at Alexandra Palace to take part in the Everyone Together art installation organized by Spencer Tunick. Banksy has bought a working refugee rescue boat and sprayed it bright pink. Tunick, who is known for bringing hundreds -- and sometimes thousands -- of people together to pose for striking mass nude photographs, positioned volunteers at least one meter apart according to social distancing guidelines.
By giving an artistic veto to a madman, we submit to the mindset of a slave. You two seem to have similar artistic sensibilities, both very interested in the macabre. Colfer's artistic callings share a common thread: they are deeply personal and rooted in a challenging childhood.