For "museum night" 2012, The Petiet Museum in Limoux teamed up with Tazasproject, who with the help of Richard Ferrari brought visitors an interactive experience. "Digital interlude" used Kinect motion-sensing technology to allow visitors to jump into the museum's collection. As the viewer entered the sensor's field, a hologram of them appeared on the screen, overlapping paintings from the museum's collection. This installation- performance also encouraged visitors to reconstruct stories which had been written by primary school students during an exercise on one of Marie-Petiet's paintings.