Working like hell, like crazy, it’s unbelievable. But it’s coming together gradually. The first cycle (called simply #1) would be full of meditative to intensive works that explore the new space through sound. Most of the work is “live art”, which we call sound-actions and all visitors are participants. One artist would record the walls to retrieve its audio history – an archeology of sound (the space used to be the old switch board operator of Jerusalem). Another will bring in the sounds of Jerusalem – the mosques and churches on Friday and Saturday afternoon, as if making the space breath in the surrounding air – making it a space meditation. Here’s a first image from an installation by Alona Rodeh. It’s a huge wheel that has speakers installed and would roll in circles like an ancient olive press. Maya Dunietz, an artist DJ, would play through it at the opening night.