Working for Tangible Response

Tangible Response is one of the UK’s most rewarding brand-responsive agencies. They allowed me to come to their office and use data from their local computer network for a representation of an average working day at Tangible Response.

Thanks to Sarah B. who runs MEANTIME an art space in Cheltenham UK. She made it all possible.

 

 

 

The vehicle has been placed on painted 5ft x 3ft board. The computer grabbed all available data from the local network, for example UDP packets which printers and file servers send when they are avilable or data from a local proxy server. This data has been send to the vehicle. The vehicle used the received data for a choreography of its movements. It has been equipped with a spiky metal pin with which it was scratching the painted surface.

After 8 hours of work the drawing represented an average working day at the office of Tangible Response.

The drawing was sold to Tangible Response. I received £5.73 per hour, which is the minimum wage in the UK plus £75.00 material costs.

 

 

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