»inexhaustible, infinitely variable, time-based, audiovisual ‘substance’ which can be gesturally created, deposited, manipulated and deleted in a free-form, nondiagrammatic image space«
»This metaphor is based on the idea of an inexhaustible, extremely variable, dynamic, audiovisual substance which can be freely ‘painted,’ manipulated, and deleted in a free-form, non-diagrammatic context.«

 author = {Levin, Golan},
 year = {2000},
 title = {Painterly Interfaces for Audiovisual Performances},
 url = {\url{http://www.flong.com/storage/pdf/articles/thesis600.pdf}},
 address = {Cambridge},
 school = {MIT Media Laboratory}

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