The public is invited to play CDs using a special sound system, provided by the artist, converted into a marble sculpture. In fact few marble boxes are hiding each part of the audio units, integrating them in the given 1900's marbled gallery space. The sound system becomes a kind of monolith but also a monument. The only condition imposed by the artist is the volume and, in this case, a quite high volume which transforms each sound track into a public experience and allowing the sound to diffuse around the building. The marble sarcophagus provides a sort of "protection" for the sound system as it excludes any other possible sound setting.