"The viewer must personally experience the
happening, performance or installation, the awareness of the system’s functioning that is produced, and his or her own response to
that. The viewer can contemplate the phenomenon of interactivity, but not what happens during an interaction. Onlookers see the interaction as a performance, but the interacting participants experience something that exceeds spectacle, because it is not representational and not interpretive. It is lived experience."
”From Image to Interaction,” Arjen Mulder