Jorge Peris modifies VOLUME!’s location, creating a mandatory route. He wants to change the viewer’s temporary role, making him feels observed and controlled like a lab rat. The installation is a metaphor of the mass media’s control on us and of nowadays society, which gives importance to the reproduced image. The work symbolizes also the prisoners’ condition, with its anachronistic methods, with a direct reference to the Regina Coeli’s prison located near the foundation. The artist wants to wake the collective conscience up and suggest a reflection through his metaphoric enforcement. The viewer is able to identify with the work thanks to the sound he can hear in the hall. At the end of the hall, there is a video showing the image of a white room, whose walls are collapsing while the sound becomes deafening. VOLUME!’s structure doesn’t change. This could be the symbol of art’s role, a moral witness of what happens in the social and political machine. At the end of the room, a camera photographs the viewer, registering his transformation or just his passage. In this way the viewer will be, without knowing it, the main protagonist of the work.