2002 Looking for the New Universal Harmony

This is the next of my ‘web-based, multi-user audio-interface’ pieces. In this one, the user has less control over his own interaction with the work. Some factors of it are based on the users IP numbers. It’s interesting to note that the vast majority of users play around only with the sound and, it appears, could really care less about what is going on visually. I had to limit the number of records that the visual part retrieves on loading, so what you see is actually the last 80 records and then whatever happens while you’re logged on. To get a really interesting image, try opening the site at the beginning of the workday, leave it running in the background all day and then take a look at the end of the day. It’s very colorful.

Specific information on the work can be found on the page itself.