A wooden column that likes caresses and that expresses emotion is the creation of Marcel·lí Antúnez. Alfabet, the name of the interactive artwork, was created in 1999 but today is part of the BEEP electronic art collection in the town of Reus.
This private collection, started by IT entrepreneur Andreu Rodríguez, now has over 40 artworks and is the first of its kind in Spain, and one of the most important in Europe.
Almost the entire BEEP collection is currently on display for the first time in the Museu Salvador Vilaseca, in Reus where it is based. The exhibition provides the visitor with an introduction to a type of art that uses sophisticated digital technology to provoke a reaction in the viewer.