"A public art project for a new MRT station on the former site of a historical leprosarium. As the designer explains: 'Sometimes, to make progress, we eradicate old things. But after we take such an action, we need to self-examine what we have done, and the essential act of self-examination is to listen to everything around us.' The sculpture takes the shape of two large ears with a small, intentionally blank platform in the middle, which represents 'where human thought processes take place—the brain.' The platform acts as a place of meditation for pedestrians who can walk in and remember the sounds they used to hear in this place, along with sounds of the moment, and sounds they wish to hear in the future. The sculpture also is an access-point for video documentaries accessed by internet-enabled mobile phones (keyed to QR-code labels on the ground) that convey the memories and reflections of fifteen former residents of the leprosarium."