Qualia is a participatory audiovisual installation that engages attendees in both subtle and overt ways. The work’s content centers on women’s subjective experiences of marriage. It features an audio installation in a small, quasi-domestic space, that is separated by a clothesline from a larger space in which there is a projector emanating only white light. In the larger space, attendees become participants by performing relational, task-based movements in response to text-message prompts. Their bodies, moving before the projected light, cast shadows on items that hang on the clothesline.