Click is a video of a cursor doing its daily duties. It's actually more than that, as it's currently sitting as an installation by Korean art collective Shinseungback Kimyonghun.
The piece is made to show a modern version of a day-in-the-life video with the story told through the view of the cursor. You follow the artist's daily journey online for the 8-minute video. It was made by taking a screenshot of every click made in the day and then compiling them.
You may notice the artist is also working on The God's Script while making Click. Art within art - well Mexico, yeah? If you haven't seen Nathan Barley, just ignore the odd comments. It's art, yeah? The God's Script displays a sequence of words in a novel followed by each word's first Google image search result which is updated in real-time. Check it out on Vimeo.
Right we're going to pop across the street for some Dutch Wine, it's well brown, yeah.