"rgb f__cker"
photo: KIOKU Keizo
"rgb f__cker" is a tool that allows anyone to be a creator and easily produce visual works consist of flashing colored squares. This work is also a platform to disclose the created works for the public to enjoy. The minimum rule is that users need to create squares and set their color and flicker speed; how to use them is left to the imagination of the user.

You can experience the work online.
rgb f__cker
exonemo, an artistic unit of AKAIWA Yae and SEMBO Kensuke, started an experimental project on the Web in 1996, and have since been expanding their media to include installation, software, circuit bending, and live performance with their witty hacking spirit. Whether hardware or software, they have launched various projects that identify daily objects as resources, and use unique filters to unleash them as new creations. They are based in Tokyo and at the website:www.exonemo.com
Web, or more formally, the World Wide Web (WWW), is a system developed by Tim Berners-Lee in 1992 and enables users to access data on server computers all over the world with the click of a computer key. As genres of web-based art, "Net Art" was born by the mid-1990s, followed by "Software Art" in the late 1990s. After 2000, in particular, many artworks and projects have been released, taking advantage of the always-on connectivity of the Internet.