Tyki-Piki had many incarnations. And every time we assemble it in a new way. It was exhibited in our gallery Molecule at Artplay (now it is at Kristal plant), at Vinzavod, in various forests and parks, in museums, in coffee shops and in dungeons. We tried to connect the lamps to the game joysticks, to pedals and the steering wheel, to make them sound and wink reacting on trash thrown into the gallery window, playing on the lunchpad and simply on touching or vibrating the air. And this is just the beginning of the experiment.