Windows Washing Machine (2005) by Harm Van Den Dorpel

Sculpture made out of a 'normal' personal computer, an electrical tincan-opener, an alu-frame and two roadbricks.

The computer rotates 360 degrees around its axis. All desktop elements such as windows, buttons and scrollbars respond to the constantly changing direction of gravity: they fall to the bottom of the screen all the time.

A little stone is attached to the mouse which is also connected to the computer and functions as a balancing receptor. When the computer rotates, the mouse clicks and releases by the changes in gravity.