Advice for artists: never name any artwork with a common word like 'interface': a video-remix browser-based playground.
"interface" was a 2003 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, run by the indomitable generous duo Helen Thorington and Jo-Anne Green, who supported nurtured and PAID a whole generation (or more) of Flash artists to create interactive weirdness online. This work was originally hosted on their Turbulence.org website.
This work highlights the dexterity with which Flash could manipulate multiple videos and interactive animations in a superimposed playable interface: each segment can be created killed or controlled : CREATE, KILL, CONTROL. Grids, multiple sizes, overlays, layer switching, transparency slider. In addition preset playlists auto manipulated and controlled the interface if the user simply wished to see it run.
I miss Flash.
I also miss Mr Softie (custom software from Jason Lewis' ObxLab, http://www.obxlabs.net/ , to whom I also owe a deep debt of gratitude for his encouragement and open aesthetic eye along with a quick incisive vision). Mr Softie was responsible for many of the fluid text in the after effects segments.
I am so very grateful for the encouragement and trust Turbulence.org placed in me in 2003. It was formative and nourishing.