A happening through the internet with sixteen participating cities.
A happening that connected sixteen cities from around the world within the context of the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria, serving as the central node. Each site had one hour to generate and transmit content through various devices such as computers, phones, fax machines, and televisions. This piece is considered a paradigmatic example of net art, which Josephine Bosma defines as art that “happens in the space between machines, only when the machines are running”. The author himself believes that cyberspace is a tool to experience a space that may or may not exist, but it does not prevent one from being a biological entity. However, while some participants simply sent their existing dance or illustration works through the networks, others, like Adrian or Bill Barlett, attempted to explore the network as a narrative element.