The Silent Speaker

A trilogy by Regina (Maria) Möller, 2014 –



 Image: The Silent Speaker written in vertical letters / symbols of a finger alphabet created by Valerie Sutton.





The Silent Speaker embodies “silence”, “delay” and “invisibility” – although quite controversial discussed  – they inform in our times to listen, to concentrate and to focus. These are features of invaluable assets in a time that is full of “noise”, “velocity” and multiplied “visibilities” caused by our digital life(s).


The Silent Speaker is not claiming to be extraordinary. It is rather based on the quite ordinary – rendered un-ordinary. Such a voice is not speaking a strange language, which cannot be understood, but it is rather uncomfortably, yet sweetly remembering “Silence as a place for bumping into yourself”.


The Silent Speaker is structured in three acts, shown in three different cultural venues ranging from public art, exhibition stage and the theatre.




>> Part I: The Curtain, public intervention,“Deep Sites”, LevArt, Levanger, September 2014

>> Part II: The Costume, solo exhibition, Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskonst (TSSK,) Trondheim / Norway, February – March 2015

Part III: The Body, forthcoming




© Regina (Maria) Möller, VG Bild-Kunst Bonn / All Rights Reserved