To the Anonymous Drawing Room...
  Oct 22 - Nov 2 1997 at c3, Budapest  
  Opening 6pm, Oct 22  

"Anonymous Drawing Room" is an installation examining physical and human presence on the Internet. It explores the users physical interaction with the computer through monitoring the mouse and hand movements, and examines the computers interpretation of this. The exhibited work is shown in conjunction with "ConciseCreativeConcordance 2.0", the work of German artist Reinhold Adt.

In the "Anonymous Drawing Room" a computer re-interprets the users navigation of "ConciseCreativeConcordance 2.0", translating these gestures into simple line drawings, which are printed at 5 minute intervals and displayed in the gallery space.

The drawings created from the users of "ConciseCreativeConcordance 2.0" will be available here until Nov 2 1997, after which the site will map and draw the users mouse movements from one machine in the public Internet Lab at c3. When there are no visitors or users there will be no drawings, therefore the best times to check the site for movement would be between 9am - 9pm (Central European Time).
supported by The British Council supported by c3, Centre for Culture and Communication The Scottish Arts Council