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Digital technology enables a wide range of reciprocal relationships between digital artwork and the viewer. Using a combination of technology such as sensors, cameras and tracking, together with feedback and coding, both artwork and human can respond, react and interact instantly.

Many of the works displayed in this section of the exhibition respond to human gesture, tracing the presence of the viewer and translating it back into the work. They also frequently incorporate images of the viewer. The pieces are immersive, inviting participants to interact within a virtual space, deliberately blurring the lines between design, interaction, play and performance.