This paper presents the design and concept for an interactive museum installation, InterANTARCTICA. The museum installation is based on a gesture-driven spatially surrounded tangible user interface (TUI) platform. The TUI allows a technological exploration of environmental climate change research by developing the status of interaction in museum installation art. The aim of the museum installation is to produce a cross-media platform suited to TUI and gestural interactions. We argue that our museum installation InterANTARCTICA pursues climate change in an interactive context, thus reinventing museum installation art in an experiential multi-modal context (sight, sound, touch).