Procrastination

Click image to launch. ~60 minute sketch. Responds to cursor movement. Best on desktop in webkit browsers (Chrome/Safari).

The Procrastination sketch was originally the first thing I made for this blog series. It’s  not great, though the idea is simple: The relationship between work obligation and attention is represented through the spatial relationship between a box and the cursor. The statement is, in essence, ‘avoiding work makes it larger and more demanding of attention’ (plus some nuance). Some of the details of the spatial relationship are more or less invisible though (if not the entire relationship). It’s also a 2D sketch for a 1D relationship. The reasons why these issues are issues though is interesting.

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