The tympanic membrane is a thin membrane that transmits vibrations. In the human ear, it is a key element for the transmission of sound perceptions. Generally speaking, it is probably the most authentic tool for holding one’s attention. The collage-like visuality of Viktor Čech’s digital paintings and Šárka Koudelová’s paintings often juxtaposes art-historical quotations and elements of modern technology. Čech’s creative output is a kind of personal repository of visuality and emotional clashes with the paradoxically unheard of non-handicapped majority. Šárka Koudelová’s painting form in itself evokes the shape propagation of a signal influencing its surroundings, or crystallizing reality. The resulting exhibition is therefore primarily a dialogue between the two approaches, an effort to communicate with TamTams through the jungle of the artists’ own idiosyncratic traumas.