Typing is a percussive spatial action -- a play of tiny thoughts scattered
onto a tightly organized grid. Typing is also a kind of speech, spoken
through the fingers with flashing rhythms and continuous gestures. Dakadaka
is an interactive applet that explores these two ideas by combining positional
typographic systems with an abstract dynamic display.
Dakadaka was created in collaboration with Golan Levin. It has been exhibited
at the Ars Electronica Center in Linz, Austria and P.S.1 in Queens, NY.