Interactives gallery : narrative
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We frequently use interactive interfaces because we prefer art to be an active rather than a passive process, and in a sense the responsiveness is a reward for a viewer who engages.

We are often interested in material that asks for some kind of public engagement with ideas. We strategize to create pathways to thought that pass through physical activity, believing that embodied knowledge expands and enriches traditional intellectual processes.

We use sensors of one kind or another to trigger a response to the viewer’s presence, and the result may be video projection, sound, light patterns, visual shift or movement.