In 2010, Janicki created the interactive installation Mapping Chopin, presented at the Warsaw Autumn festival and in the Dilston Grove gallery in London. It uses a system that reads the movements of the audience and translates them onto the vertical and horizontal axes of the score. In this way the audience influences the dynamics, tempo and articulation of the Fryderyk Chopin works that are used ("Etude in A-flat major, op. 25 No. 1", "Waltz in A minor, op. 34 No. 2", "Tarantelle in A-flat major, op. 43", "Nocturne in G minor op. 15 No. 3"), as well as a visual projection of the score in space.
According to the artist, the score here is treated as a space in which you can move in real time, creating phrases and entire sections of the work