Mali in Situ is a piece that arises from the collaboration between three disciplines: architecture, dance, and plastic arts, each having a common relationship with space and its appreciation with the senses. Under this premise, in collaboration with the artist Rita Ponce de León and the dancer Joelle Gruernberg, the intervention in the lobby of the Museum of Art of Lima (Mali) transforms the void into a space for interaction between users, inviting them to dialogue and to interact collectively. The project consists of rotating structures attached to the columns of the room, whose engineering allows them to rotate and be fixed to the columns of the cataloged museum without causing a physical impact on them. The great challenge was to design these artifacts without changing the shape of the museum. The installation only forces interactions: the copper tubes are only activated by the users and being connected to each other, create a chain of reactions between each component and movement.