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Table of light (2009) is the first interactive platform for collective audiovisual mixing. The interface is composed of a multi-touch interface that allows access to pre-recorded video “loops”, to a “live” camera that can be manipulated by the public and to various graphic effects. The installation’s aim is to invite up to six people to share the position of VJing, paving the way for real time negotiations about what will be done collectively. The interface’s dialogic logic contrasts with the solitary work of the film editor and the VJing, but the audience have to negotiate to make the necessary decisions about what will be displayed on the screen, triggering questions about the relationship between social behaviour, creative process and digital interfaces.