A wall is the simplest architectural element separating two spaces, creating an inclosure and disclosure. It keeps information and space under control, like a firewall. It also conceals events and points to isolation, a potential of an authority. As any other architectural entity, walls create the sound space acoustics. So any information hitting towards / going through a wall will inevitably be altered.
By using soundscapes played through simulated wall acoustics and transparency, the installation augments this natural behaviour and becomes a tool for the concretisation of the invisible walls between people, events, communities and hidden facts. These become alive as an audio documentation. The visitor will experience the physical installation space through the embedded interactions of a defined sonic territory from both sides of a wall.