Bodydouble is a four channel interactive video sculpture created for Andy and Merja’s exhibition at Galleria Skulptor, Helsinki, 2004. A self portrait, the video layers their naked bodies, fading from one to the other as they caress and touch with their skin. The four screens show the complete body, starting with head, then chest, genitals, and feet. As the viewer moves towards the screens, the images become more pixelated, fustrating the desire to have a closer look. Up close the image is completely lost to pixelation. Only at a distance is the image shown clearly. Control is achieved via web cams acting as sensors – the video image is split into sections and analysed for movement. As a person moves closer to the screens, so the software reads their movement in space and displays the appropriate video image.