Who touched my printer?
Interactive artists all over the world seem to have a common view: using the wisdom of people to dispel the rationality of modern machines. Therefore, the most "rational" offices have become the experimental field of artists. Lesley Flanigan and Andrew Doro connected four inkjet printers each to one guitar string, creating the "Music Printing Machine" (Plink Jet). When the "Music Printing Machine" slides under the control of an electronic controller, it is like someone is plucking strings. Users can change the tune and beat by controlling the cartridges and strings, so this unique automatic instrument can not only play automatically, but also be played by users, or both, which realizes the improvisation of the machine and users. However, whether or not it sounds splendid should be decided by you.