The souls melted into one with the metal objects hanging in the air and the charcoal drawings lying with their weight along the floor, with the help of past which unfolded by different kinds of silences. And an old train depot became a landscape for the choreography to embody those silences into being, into change. 7 metal objects by blacksmith artist Nils Hint and 6 drawings by myself were installed into 4 different depot rooms together with B.Eno ‘Thursday afternoon’, Bach ‘Goldberg Variations’ (Glenn Gould), E. Radigue ‘Kyema’ A. Pärt ‘Stabat Mater’, B. Eno ’Music for Airports’ (6 hours time-stretched version), P. Beaudoin ‘Shakti’ and India Raga, creating a collage of unknown. The choreography of Sula was performed by Kristino Rav, Kirill Tulin, Hannah Harkes, Pire Sova, Nils Hint and Joanna Kalm. The exhibition and performance took place in February 2017 inside the train depot of Tallinn-Väike in Tallinn, Estonia.