We focussed in our curatorial research on the aspects of the non-show of S&TA. Audio segments of the non-show have been collected, combined and newly arranged. This decontextualization in the form of an experimental sound file stimulates an individual and subjective interpretation of the event. We therefore wanted to research how an audio file can lead to multiple subjective interpretations by the listeners based on the provided approach of its creators. We deliberately chose to work with sound, it being literally a way to not show anything visually. Sound, however, encourages visual images and questions the ability of not showing.