"Black and White" is a series of sound-interactive video installations which present a se- lection of images extracted from books, cinema, documentaries, internet, etc. The con- scious appropriation of these aesthetic samples provokes questions about copyrighting and originality. The installation shows us an unfixed image that partially disappears, lights up, inverts, or darkens with the sound the spectator produces, be it a comment, footsteps, or a cough. This way the visitor completes, modifies, or destroys the video considerably and finds himself in the position of being the beholder and producer at the same time.