8.9.2012-21.10.2012 is the temporal frame that artist Giorgio Andreotta Calò uses to provide the spectator the possibility to physically and metaphorically enter into the dimension of the changing and evolving of time. Moreover, the work constitutes itself as a visual and sound reflection in a span of time that is linked to the natural appeareance and dissapearence of light. As the titles and the opening hours suggest, the intervention evolves between the sunrise and the sunset of each single day. Via little circular holes set on the building’s windows, the rooms are de facto transorrmed in a sequence of cameras obscura, where the outside world is given the chance to enter and interact with an environment consisting out of sound. At the first sight, the spectator senses nothing more than pure darkness inhabited by a sort of familiar rumor. All seems so deeply anonimous and abstract that one starts to feel the heaviness of the corporal gravity. Immersed in this dark-sound-landscape, the body feels “dislocated”, part of something unknown and distant, an experience strenghtened by the impossibility to see or perceive what will happen next.