“IF WE ARE TO TRULY INTEGRATE COMPUTERS INTO OUR LIVES, THEY MUST EVENTUALLY DISAPPEAR”.
Nebulous gestures are merely undefined empty space, a hazy expression of what could be — they are nonexistent, manifesting only with the implication of movement, colour, sound, and meaning. The use of constantly shifting elements that constitute the body offers a hint to something that lies within. Without these simple elements, the gestural illusion moves as a mirage; its power lies in its ever-receding nature, ambiguity and curiosity ensuring an audience. As our proximity narrows, the user embraces their disillusion.