Eli Muro's latest art work is a tiny little box, exactly the size of a grain of rice, hidden under a bed. Inside is a ceramic sphere coated with a clear Plexiglas film, a few drops of water, and a small plastic tube. This little contraption resembles a dial, with a single wire suspended from a glass face. When touched by the user, the wire releases a current which moves a small plastic pin which opens a small hole in the transparent cover. Inside this little contraption lies a simple circuit board, a few wires, and some microcontacts. With this simple circuit, Muro creates an instant message, circulating it from hand to mind instantaneously.