Exhibited at dialogue of failed languages, March 2020, Salt Space, Glasgow. A metal hoop that was found in a skip rotates slowly. As it rotates it catches onto a metal rod, creating a light, almost inaudible sound. Inside the plinth is an amplifier playing a pre-recorded audio track of the hoop being struck in a controlled environment. This sound is amplified, creating a much more resonant sound, akin to the Buddhist singing bowel. This creates the illusion that the light touch of the rod on the hoop is creating the deep resonant sound coming from the amplifier.