Mamoru’s artistic practice (1977) combines sound, music and visual art. The installationA long lis-tening journey of a Possible thiStory especially of Japanese & Dutch & something more(2018) unfoldsin the form of a narrative in space, whose chapters are linked on different screens. Elements of the or-der of image, text and sound are mixed at the same time. When entering this space, the spectator hasthe impression of reading and listening to things that are understandable to him. But little by little, as we continue to read the texts on the screen, the meaning becomes blurred, enabling them to go beyond themeaning and sound heard to open up to an unexpected space, and to create new listening conditions.At a time when personal listening devices and custom playlists have become omnipresent, shared soundspaces are becoming increasingly rare. These artists question our relationship to our environment, toour daily life. They evoke history, fragments of memory, time and space. This exhibition is an invitation toan immersive sensory and auditory experience. A single space for various works echoes with each oth-er, thus sketching the partition of an experience of the sensitive left to one’s interpretation of each one.