An artistic and personal portrait of Tunis that explores reading/writing and the human-computer interface.

It teaches you some spoken and written Arabic.

It offers a broad exploration of writing and the human-computer interface and aimed to open a very subjective door to a city and its culture at a time when Tunisia was not as well-known as today.

Internationally award-winning, the CD-ROM was exhibited in twelve countries and selected for the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art

I analysed it in my PhD thesis extending integrationist theory through the creation and analysis of a multimedia work of art