Louise Lidströmer invited us to present an exhibition at her beautiful small gallery Studio L2 in the centre of Stockholm. We chose to present Skinny Dipping with sound and light interaction. As you can see from the photos, although filling the space, the works really fitted well in the space and gave a great contrast to the surrounding Christmas shopping in the Old Town of Stockholm. Each of the three larger pieces had a contact mic which picked up sound as people tapped on their surfaces. This was sent to a computer running a Max/MSP patch. This in turn synthysised the sound for playback, and controlled the rythmn and colour of the lights in the gallery space.