To think about sound in terms of deepsound and surfacesound originates from my experimentation with sound in different ways: the vibration applied on surfaces and the sound of materials themselves are referred to as surfacesounds – the deepsounds refer to sound that conquers a space, merges into it and expands it, making things appear behind the visual structure trough mirroring or reflections with the architecture: a new room, environment or place emerges. Walls and buildings becomes an envelope, a filter, a resonant body, an instrument. Architecture and objects can become the skin of the sound body. A simbiotic relation of mutual influences takes place. Surfacesound creates sculptural and location detached installations – which can be transferred to different places changing in their form but not in their essence – whilst deepsound relates to site-specific works in terms of a physical room, place or environment, creating works that cannot exist in a different place. These works are intertwined with their context.