Happiness explores the area where man and artificiality converge, where synthetic substances help us to re-humanise, maxi-humanise or, for a while, abandon our humanness altogether. In his latest work, Dries explores the world of artificial happiness that is available to us in the form of drugs, painkillers and antidepressants. On the street there is a small pharmacy. A humanoid—a human-looking robot—works in there as a pharmacy assistant. She tells us about the various products we can use to tweak our serotonin and dopamine levels, and by doing so, shape our reality. Are we moving closer to a world in which we can be euphoric on command, and our emotions programmable?