HAPPINESS MANUAL Happiness Manual is a collection of instructions that shows you what and how will make you happy. You can use it in every situation, it presents you the components and the ways of realization based on opinions of real people. It’s simple like an IKEA manual. You can mix the components to create your own brand new version. The prototype of the Manual is based on a users comments on a 2006 BBC online research. HOW TO FEEL EMOTIONS? Once we take a certain facial expression on our face, the brain assigns an emotion. Though it happens unconsciously the opposite direction every day , it’s time to take a bit control! Using the manual by directing your face to arbitrary facial expressions, you can experience a whole drama, tragedy or comedy. At home, in the armchair, or in front of the mirror. Fortunately, all emotions has been experienced by somebody. We looked it up for you on twitter to have something to think about while you feel, this is why the manual contains a set of tweets for each emotion.Time to move your face and feel! ----- The Happines Manual and connected artworks were presented at the exhibition ‘Groomed Happiness’ at Labor BP: (Groomed Happiness Exhibition description download pdf) “Happiness is one of our most subjective concepts. Its general definition or its measurement was almost impossible, till this time. The digitalization process and the intensifying online presence made the concepts and activities regarding happiness measurable. This sum of our digital footprints is known as the ”Big Data”. Filtering it means a difficult and an expensive challenge; only worth knowing much about those who consume. Those, who not only want to purchase products, but lifestyle as well. They are the winners of the target segment. With this exhibition we are willing to help them to reach happiness.” Groomed Happiness is an event combining exhibition and discussions, in which ideas of young artists and theorists join technology, art, consumption and consumers. In Labor Bp the visitor can face an aspect of happiness , through the exhibited artworks and the related presentations. Opening speech by Attila Nemes Presentation and discussion with László Nagy (founder of Addict Blog and co-creativev director at ACG) abd Orsi Szabó (psychologist, trainer). Moderated by Mátyás Falvai (writer).