The garage of Villa Lontana was designed in 2010 by architect Fabio Ortolani and is entirely realised in concrete. A Roman necropolis of more than 160 tombs dating back to the first half of the 1st century BC was recently been rediscovered under the concrete garage. Andrés Saenz De Sicilia’s performance makes use of a quadrophonic sound system to respond to the physical environment of Villa Lontana’s garage, considering different senses of weight, density, and time. The performance is preceded by a text-sound collaboration by Andrés Saenz De Sicilia and Adam Green. Andrés Saenz De Sicilia (b. 1985) is a philosophy lecturer, musician and sound artist based in the UK. He is a founding member of London-based trio Pataphysical who released their debut LP Periphera with Glasgow based record label 12th Isle.Adam Green (b. 1982) is a London-based writer, artist, and publisher. His interests lie in the art of combination, working mainly with image and text from historical sources. He is co-founder and editor of The Public Domain Review.