Travis Gendron '15, in his interactive sculpture a show, asks the if the library carries running magazines on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012. The interactives sculptures for a 3D sculpture class had to contain interaction with others or environment and the students were asked to gauge the reactions. (Photo/John Froschauer)
Travis Gendron '15, has his laces tied by librarian Holly Senn.
Tam Nguyen '14, right, and Caitlin Beesley '15, working Red Square.
Liandra Lucero '15, the four leaf clover, and Jami Tucker '15, the clock, try to draw responses on Red Square.
Mica Baits '16, presented himself as a floral delivery in Hauge.
Jami Tucker '15, the clock, asks for the time.
Brendan Cook '15, works on a passerby to sing.
Brendan Cook '15, and Emily Litterer '15, encourage sign-alongs.
Vaa Logotala '14, in his teddy bear sculpture that plays tunes when the paw is pushed. He played a ukulele inside the costume.
Travis Gendron asks for help with the elevator.
Travis Gendron felt he was too big for the elevator and took the steps instead.
Vaa Logotala receives a hug.
Phone photo moment.
Vicky Winters greets Travis Gendron as he drops by the presidents office.
Travis Gendron has his laces tied, again.
Liandra Lucero '15, the four leaf clover, elicits responses on Red Square.
"Touch my leaf for good luck" Liandra Lucero called.
High-five with a four leaf clover.
Eric Hess 12, the nose, follows people leaving Hauge.
Eric Hess' nose had candy "nose hair" he encouraged people to pull.
Hess said afterward that responses ranged from laughter to ewwww.
Mica Baits the floral delivery.
Interactive sculptures part of a 3D/sculpture class at PLU on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012. The sculptures hand to contain interaction with others or environment and the students were asked to gauge the reactions. (Photo/John Froschauer)
Interactive sculptures head back to Ingram.
Lisa Harrington '13, cools off after taking off her sculpture.
Mica Baits '16, needs a bit of help removing his flowers and vase.
Vaa Logotala '14, carries his ukulele and teddy bear head at the end.
Back in Ingram students talked about responses they encountered to wearing interactive sculptures.
Visiting Instructor Marco Rosichelli talks to students about their experiences.
Vaa Logotala '14, watches while Lisa Harrington '13, kicks his interactive sculpture teddy bear after the trip around the campus. They had to crush them for disposal.