spaces_agil
spaces_cursor_encounter_1
spaces_deform
spaces_ephemeral_typing_1
spaces_ephemeral_typing_2
spaces_ephemeral_typing_3
spaces_ephemeral_typing_4
spaces_ephemeral_typing_5
spaces_ephemeral_typing_6
spaces_ephemeral_typing_7
spaces_ephemeral_typing_8
spaces_ephemeral_typing_9
spaces_ephemeral_typing_10
spaces_langue_trouvée
spaces_mingle
spaces_undraw_1
spaces_undraw_2
spaces_unguide
spaces_unlimited

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Hold the mouse pressed to draw a line. When the mouse is released,
the computer displays a possible, but not necessary, continuation of the mouse’s path.
There are four different programmes on this page, arranged in a 2x2 grid, each following a different
logic. Reload the webpage to start over. Click 'screenshot' to download a
remnant of your interaction.

'Unguide' is part of over 200 interactive exploratory computer programmes,
that can be navigated using the computer mouse.
The programmes were created as part of
the practice-based PhD research titled ’Towards an Uncausal Practice of Visual Communication’.
Expanding on asemic writing’s paradoxical dynamic in the context of human-computer interaction,
the programmes seek an encounter with a continuous mutation of the relationship between
cause and effect, action and reaction.
Programmes have been remastered and rearranged for the display and interaction on this website
and may differ from the original version. For more information, please consult the
published PhD thesis.