It is the duty of an artist to make people think about things they’ve never considered, see things they’ve never realized before and tap into emotions foreign to them. Viewers of art should not be limited to those who have the funds to purchase a museum pass or the time to go on gallery strolls. Art should be everywhere and accessible to everyone. Interactive projects, though extremely challenging, energy draining and sometimes very expensive allow a level of participation from the viewer that invests them in the process and brings art to those who never consider themselves creative. Interactive projects also can function as works of social justice or gestures of simple human kindness so necessary but often elusive in society.