Work created to be part of the ‘Virus‘ exhibition at St John’s College, Oxford, is a touch-sensitive table which responds to users as they place their hands on the surface. Working from the idea of a virus as spread via human contact, the project seeks to visually explore the theme of the exhibition by creating and touchable, reactive surface which responds to individual user interaction. Inspired by the structured simplicity of lace pattern the project seeks to explore the idea of the virus as an agent of disruption and interference. The ‘lace’ pattern echoes an ordered molecular-like structure which is disturbed and distorted on user contact with the surface. Interference of the visual form reflects the idea of the virus as an agent which disrupts and alters molecular and digital structures.