Daito Manabe is a Japanese video artist who started out trying to replicate the perfect smile using electricity. That did not prove possible. Now he hooks 6 electrodes up to his face and electrocutes himself, choreographing his face into a trippy, twitchy jig to his own homemade beats, and we are not complaining.
The result is truly bizarre, the electric jolts creating a remarkably synchronized choreography. The human face loses its humanity and becomes a robotic sort of mechanical canvas.
Expression without emotion is a jarring thing indeed, and in this case it manages to look both extremely unpleasant and crazy cool. Read Manabe's interview with Motherboard TV. And definitely watch these videos.