We aimed to display new artworks that are hard to show because of their scale, medium, or display requirements such as large installations, audio- or soundscapes, interactive experiences, or video-graphic work. We wanted to create an opportunity for students to create original art or show work they cannot easily promote via social media – which favours 2D works – as well as an incentive to experiment with materials or mediums they might not otherwise have worked with. Three keywords of our exhibition are interactive, interdisciplinary, and intimate. Interactive, because that is where art and audience touch. Interdisciplinary, because self-expression in the digital age pushes the limits of a medium and defies categorization. Finally and most importantly, intimate because many of the selected artworks consider the subject of mental health, with students presenting their personal experiences and their ways of processing them.