Twee Prototype is a piece of software art that makes space for the viewer to poke, manipulate and sift through a twitching, almost living collection of photos, text, drawings and sound. The piece documents a day long experiment, in which I drew my thoughts on scraps of paper as I became aware of them, and placed them wherever I felt they first appeared in the space. This left scraps of hand written/drawn thoughts, populated by fragments of imagined conversations in imagined places with different people from my life, about family tragedies, sex, relationships, things I need to remember to do today and friendship. This led to strange conversations on the number ten bus as lads in tracksuits asked why I was putting these drawings all over the window. The project was distributed as a cd-rom in independent bookshops and record stories in Liverpool city centre.
Download executable windows application here.