CNN: Move your hands atop the worn table in the darkened room and it responds with jumbled sounds: a man and woman talking, knives being sharpened, tires screeching, breathing, music. Walk on the 30-foot-by-20-foot (9-by-6-meter) floor piece and its glowing orange, yellow and red shapes that resemble microscopic organisms form “scars” in response to movements. Stand before what seems to be a large abstract painting on the wall, and projected single and multiple lines are mysteriously drawn where you stand or move. These are works in the “Act/React: Interactive Installation Art,” making its world premiere at the Milwaukee Art Museum through January 11, 2009.
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