Brooklyn artist Jean Shin contacted Moey to help her install interactivity into her sculptural fabric. For the piece, Shin used thousands of computer keyboard keys to create a single, continuous textile. The keys spell out a transcript of the emails between Shin and the fabricators regarding the artwork's creation. However, Moey helped make the first 3 rows of the keys active, which allowed viewers to type their own messages and project them on a screen at the opposite end of the fabric, thus continuing the dialogue. The piece is now a part of the permanent collection of Philadelphia's Fabric Workshop and Museum.