One of the most frightening movies of all time is Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 suspense classic The Birds. The premise of the move is that birds have learned to communicated with each other cross-species and have decided to mass in Northern California and attack humans. The image above from the art installation on LEA 17, The Art of Birding, by Phaze Demesnes is from a particularly gruesome scene in the move when bird decide to attack a school house (below). Other areas of the exhibit show birds of different species flocking and gathering. Some of the birds are physical and will move you when they crash into you if you get too close. This is a very cool art installation, and highly recommended for a visit. The exhibit should be open through the end of January 2013.
A good review of and photography from the destination can be found at Echt Virtuell, a german blog:
To find out more about the exhibits at the Linden Endowment for the Arts (LEA):