Viewer’s clicks effect the object to move in small increments. This advances the scene forward until
the object tips over. Likewise it captures snapshot-images of the object. The images eventually are accumulated to
a footage sequence: a stop motion animation sequence.
The three acts are performed sequentially, each within duration of a few days to a week time. These
performances are linear and terminal; they end when the object falls.
Live-Stream snapshots sequence (compressed)
Security Camera, Color, 2006
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collective image sequence of act1
Each web interface allows users to login. With every click the username in addition to a
sequential number is added to each frame. Users could identify their contribution to the overall outcome of
the collaborative result and at the same time view other participant’s contribution. Participants can browse
through the entire history of the performance both during it and after its conclusion. The end results in
three footage sequences of the combined moments of each and every act.
Nothing Happens [box] web-interface:
1) The scene is broadcasted in real-time, through live video stream.
2) User’s clicks is transmitted to the on-site physical installation.
3) The number of clicks are transmitted in real-time.
4) As clicks are transmitted to the installation, images are taken, all of which are archived.
5) When the performance is concluded these images are combined to a collective creative result: a stop-motion-animation sequence.