The work developed as a specific installation for the Zolder Museum in Amsterdam. INNER EAR VISIONS operates with decisive differences in a field of vision and hearing, assuming groundlessness as the prevailing condition of the present:we cannot assume any stable ground when it comes to changes in different textures of reality, but we can increase awareness of our own position. Embedded in the temporal bone, the inner ear is formed by the semicircular canals and cochlea. It is the organ responsible for balance and hearing.
Considering the specific social and architectural context of the Zolder Museum the work has developed around the experience of private and public within the self proclaimed museum initiated by Iva Supic Jankovic. The first room of the Zolder Museum was empty except for the small ear model placed on a round turning pedestal. The second room was transformed into a walk–in camera obscura. The installation was on view every day from 5 to 7pm allowing viewers to see the sun cutting through the space.