Two choreographers for whom the voice is a crucial medium contemplate silence, its physicality and its political agency. Dialoguing on and deeply listening to the current troubled times, they are examining silence as a physical practice, meticulously weaving polyphonic sensorial compositions of voices and thoughts of generations of artists, thinkers and activists. Questioning silence’s presence and absence, its non-obvious qualities as well as the political dimension of speaking up or abstaining from speech in the reality we live in, they unfold a multilayered spectrum of what silence can be or serve for.