BeTouched! engages the person in a rich experience of the reciprocity of touch with an artefact. The students explore the interplay of touching and being touched. The artefact exists out of several flexible bodies. All these bodies are touch-sensitive at the front and backs. The bodies act by moving back and forth. When you touch the body on the front, the body lets itself actively be stroked. It moves forwards in the direction of your hand: it touches back. At the back the body is more ticklish. The body moves away from your touch. When you touch one body, the other bodies try to draw your attention. The other bodies also want to be touched.