Research trip to DIAS- Digital Interactive Art Space at train station and the actual exhibition on surveillance. We talked to curator, Rasmus Vestergaard about a possible collaboration and how art can give meaning to the passage situation of being in transit on a station. Instead of just reading about today’s situation in a newspaper on the way to work in a train, maybe the passerby could get input about issues of today from every-day-changing artworks at the station. We talked about how to engage the audience and include their feedback in to the exhibition itself. Digital art in public space, taken out of the regular art context, might be a new art category following its own quality criteria.