As more and more jobs move into the digital realm and take place within a computer, the input devices have become second nature to us, an almost transparent interaction in our day to day job. Mouse movement recorded over five typical working days reveal the working patterns and intervals with activities away from the screen. This work is a by-product of the primary work produced over an entire week at a creative studio. Each video section is about 9 hours of mouse activity and it is in sync with the sonification of the same data by re-purposing the X and Y coordinates as the left and right audio channels.

BY  Georgios Cherouvim (GR)

Georgios Cherouvim is a digital artist, animation director and CG supervisor for Visual Effects. He was born and raised in Athens and he is currently based in New York. He graduated from the National Center for Computer animation of the United Kingdom with a first class degree. Over the years he has worked for feature films, commercials, as well as Virtual Reality experiences. His professional career started in 2005 at the Moving Pictures Company in London and he later relocated to Vancouver. In 2016 he moved to New York and worked at Framestore for four years, but recently went freelance and started his own studio, ch3. His work and animation shorts have been screened in dozens of festivals around the world including Ars Electronica, Siggraph, Art Futura and One Dot Zero. In 2014 he had his solo show 'Monomorphia' in Athens and has also participated in several group exhibitions.