“Roulette” by Daniel C. Howe and Bebe Molina

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“Jabber” by Neil Hennessy

Screen capture of "Jabber" by Neil Hennessy. Random words and letters float around on a white background. Text: "(nonsense)"
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“Basho’s Frogger” by Neil Hennessy

“Basho’s Frogger” by Neil Hennessy

“Letterscapes” by Peter Cho

Screen capture of "Letterscapes" by Peter Cho. The work's title and author displayed as letters fall in the background. Text: "letterscapes by peter cho"
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“I, You, We” by Dan Waber and Jason Pimble

Screen caapture from "I, You, We" by Dan Waber and Jason Pimble. A variety of floating verbs accompany a series of floating pronouns to create many different phrasal possibilities. Text: "(in no specific order) / you / rouse / we / haggle / you / insure / we / extradite / you / repulse / we / attend / you / grasp / we / protest / (etc.)"

“open.ended” by Daniel C. Howe and Aya Karpinska

Screen caption of “open.ended” by Daniel C. Howe and Aya Karpinska. Translucent blue cube with white text on four sides.

“[theHouse]” by Mary Flanagan

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This is a challenging work because its presents a simple, yet imprecise, interface that allows one to explore an ever shifting 3D virtual space. Its boxes change colors and sizes and display texts randomly selected and assembled from four different datasets, triggered by a schedule or by user interaction.

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