• Moos

    Anthropo-graphie

    Real time capture of unconscious gestures, invisible traces of a discipline reproduced on paper, MOOS marks the movements and pauses of a computer mouse. Spatial and temporal repository, a visualization of our professional practices.

    Real time capture of unconscious gestures, invisible traces of a discipline reproduced on paper, MOOS marks the movements and pauses of a computer mouse. Spatial and temporal repository, a visualization of our professional practices.

    “His creative potential is not not limited to the computer instrument that is the sourismais can also be declined to other professions and therefore other tools of work: the paintbrush of the painter, the hammer of the cabinetmaker or the strawberry of the dentist can then reveal us their graphic designs.

    “At the heart of the” Moos “project, there is simply a mouse. Not the devastating rodent but indeed the computer tool that, domesticated, deploys all its creative force during a day in front of the screen.

    From the start of the computer to its extinction, the software “Moos “Records the slightest movements of the mouse and thus realizes the anthropographic-portrait of its user at a given moment.

    Moos reveals the invisible movements of the mouse and puts them in scene in the form of a drawing each time unpublished.

    Of pause and activities of the mouse, this software interprets graphically and with talent the breaths of a tool whose artistic qualities are underestimated: the computer mouse. These “portraits” are exposed in the form of printed prints but are also works that can be followed in real time on the big screen.

    Moos is a creative system constantly open to new possibilities and new results. Invisible actions of the mouse, by tracing the thread of his actions, and thus revealing the invisible, Moos acts as revealing of the process of production and elaboration of a work. At the same time, he questions the status of the artist.Is he the producer or the viewer of his actions? Is the production system not decisive in a work?

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