Superposition create a new perception of music as a immaterial form of art. It opens a space where art and music coincide throughout their whole extent. It creates a new perception of music as a immaterial form of art. It can happen in every kind of form, venue, event in galleries, museums and clubs. Club Venues and Art Galleries are not too dissimilar architecturally but emotionally they lend themselves to an entirely different set of behaviours. Looking at cult spaces of immersion and how they are activated when a body or eye settles into a non-objective state is our aim. The essence of action is found much more distinctly on a dance floor than inside the frame. Sound in art is merely an expansion of an already available viewpoint, although it is often forgotten as a material. The motivation behind creating a sound score to act as an audio exhibition, comes from an increased awareness that listening as an act is much more of a collective stance than viewing today. The departure point for this exhibition is to push sound into contemporary curatorial avenues, as a self identifying genre.