New media artist, David Sungha Woo finished a generative sculptural project titled, Unhappy Day part 2 for his MFA Computer Art degree.
Here's short project description:
Anger is my resistance against whoever gives me orders to behave in certain way. I visualize these emotions and thoughts that are hidden in myself through sculptures and graphics. Unhappy Day part 2 is a series of three sculptures consisting of a head, hand, and a body. The head represents emotional destruction, the hand is gestural distortion, and the body is physical injury. Each sculpture has one or more embedded monitor screens which present animated and symbolic graphics. The graphics expand the sculptures’ capability to express emotions more freely.