An interactive installation comprising a series of 6 organ pipes mounted on lozenge shaped wooden structures and played by 6 hairdryers. One central piece with 13 smaller organ pipes shown on lower left, played by a vacuum cleaner. The audience interacted with sensors mounted around the space which operated the electrical devices and played the pipes. A large touch screen, top left, was placed in the gallery and provided an alternative way of interacting with the sculptures. The atmosphere in the gallery was quite haunting when the organ pipes were being played. A silk screen was suspended from the balcony of the gallery to show animations and interactive video related to the exhibition.
Malcolm also worked with youth groups and schools as part of the educational outreach programme.