M.O.O.N. (Multi-local Object Orientated Network) was an open communication infrastructure, comprised of several two-way communication points, concealed behind various objects, and positoned around Cork city in such a way as to aerially map a triangle, that all received and transmitted sound to and from all the other communication points. In addition to the possible physical engagement of the network at their individual fixed local contexts, the network could also be accessed from calling an advertised phone number, granting engagment from potentially any location in the world.
The physical system was loosely based on the architechture of mesh networks, and somewhat resembled a two-way public address system, but by utilising the free communication software skype as the networks backbone, any utopian affinities were quickly stuttered or sometimes completely disrupted through the invisible and unpredictible interference of communicative and informatic artifacts from unknown origins.
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