Blurred text is brought into focus by the moving cursor, rather like car headlights illuminate in sweeps and spots. The text states that the development of the consumer-oriented, industrially developed countries.... may appear like driving safely on a modern, properly marked and secure highway. [but the future of] Europe looks more like a fast nightmare on a third rate, narrow, damaged road.¹ Presenting a continuous, loop-like road-trip, with frequent border-crossings, Luis, I Think! draws on the experiences of Ventzislavova and Nicic to journey on just such a dangerous night drive¹.
The authors are frequent travelers from Bulgaria (Ventzislavova) and Yugoslavia (Nicic) to Vienna, Austria, where both are studying at the University for Applied Arts. Their collaborative projects have been shown at, among others: VRML-ART 2000, California; Diagonale film festival, Austria (2000 & 2001); CyNetArt 2001, Germany; Computer Space 2001, Bulgaria; and Videolisboa Festival 2001, Portugal.