Interactive Art is art in which the visitor can participate with his whole body.
Besides being emotionally “moved” as in viewing a beautiful painting, one may cause the art to move or move along with it. Equally technological and spiritual, the participatory art of Sandra Wasko-Flood pushes the boundaries of perception bringing the meditative and transformative dynamics of the labyrinth and spiral symbols into the 21st century.
The Light Installations–“Dance of the Labyrinth,” “Elements to Light Your Way,” and “Reflected Elements”– consist of rooms with glass light boxes on the walls, but also on the floor where they are designed to walked. The Kinetic Photo Sculpture , is composed of rotating “Pillars of Light” and “Wheels of Light” that can be turned.