A short conclusion and then I'll show the last of the video documentation.

The difference between an interactive game and an interactive work of art is not just in the subject matter. It's also in the program and interface, which are an important part of the expression of a work. Artists working in this field will continue to be odds with the models and directions of the multimedia industry.

Interactive art that uses a computer is not there yet. Probably the only meaningful dialogues that occur while interacting with a work, are between the viewers and themselves. Responses from the work that are altered reflections of the viewer's responses. The limitations that we are up against at this point are no longer technological.

Possibly as we understand more about communication, it will be possible to express not a thought but a fragment of a way of thinking and growing.


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