Shanti Harris, Student (UCSB Art major)
The collaboration between humans and animals has promising potential to trigger an understanding between species. The visual arts can serve as a method to develop collaborative relationships further and enhance/expose both our ability and the animal''s ability to experience communication on an intuitive level.
As I grew up in the mountains in Hawaii, I experienced a variety of animal species, such as wild boar, dolphins, birds, insects, etc. and developed a deep connection to wildlife. My passion for nature and art is what attracted me to interspecies collaboration.


04/22/09 21:42:31 Communicating With Lizards

06/04/09 01:51:38 Follow the Leader with a Butterfly
  06/04/09 01:58:54 - Project Photos

06/08/09 21:53:06 Saxophone Kitties

Other: Other Related Research

Comment on 'Lauren - Raven' by mlifshin

Reflection: Interspecies Communication
Follow the Leader with a Butterfly

Other: Aesthetic Expressions of Non-Human Animals
Follow the Leader with a Butterfly

Reflection: Other Related Research
Little Orphan Hammies

Reflection: Interspecies Communication
Sharing Thoughts with Tibou the Dog
Telepathic Communication with a giraffe

Website: Art Made for Non-Human Animals
Artificial Leg made for a dog

Movie: Interspecies Communication
Orca Communication

Website: Art Made by Non-Human Animals
Bobcat Family

Video: Art Made for Non-Human Animals
Saxophone Kitties