The spatial and sensory requirements of interdisciplinary exhibits can appear prohibitive, but such collaborations are often invaluable wells of perspective. How can this be mediated? The Vox Aeris Brass Trio, who have worked closely with Sandra Meigs and the Art Gallery of Ontario, discuss the logistics, reception, and contractual benefits of integrating non-static elements into the gallery or museum. Meigs discusses her artistic impetus. A demonstration of Meigs’ work, Room for Mystics, is followed by an interactive discussion on outgrowth.