An exhibition took place on April 15 on the desktop of Computer 7 in the computer lab of the Pollak Building in Richmond, VA. The exhibition popped up for a total of three hours from 6-9pm. The editable exhibition was interactive and viewers were welcomed to rearrange, move, and edit the exhibition displays. The limition of the exhibition space was very controlling, but lead to outcomes that would never have occured otherwise. The visual langauge of the computer interface also changes how we view and interact with the pieces on display. Size, placement in the space, and the content exhibited were open to interaction. This exhibition was non-permanent, unmonitored, had common content and common form, and was an invitation to speculate.