Touch, Tim Murdoch’s first interactive installation, includes many motorized wooden fingers that tap on glass. The motion and sound capture the audience’s attention and draw them into the artwork.Who’s That is a piece that engages the audience directly. It is composed of a series of mirrors mounted to springs and attached to the wall. At the back of each is a vibrating motor connected to a proximity sensor. When a person walks near the mirrors shake, blurring the images reflected. Tubes unlike the other two installations, is still and directs the viewer through its placement in the space. It consists of modular wooden tubes that are cut and twisted to fit the particularities of the location where it is displayed. The history of the previous site is carried forward to the next site keeping the sculpture in a continuous state of change. Tubes was altered to fit the unique qualities of Gallery 360’s space.