Sound and visual aspect are equally important in Ulla Rauter’s works. In “Voice Shapes” the artist positions herself at the interface between sound and image. She transfers one media into the other and captivates the fugacity of the voice within her objects. The source material is her own voice whose frequency is translated into a 3D model. The resulting panels show lamellate structures in form of elevations similar to geological fields. The visualized words can only be read by connoisseurs: “silence” is typified into a landscape which is shaped into styrodur and set in front of an illuminated panel. “Void”, phonetically close to “voice”, can be read on another acoustic pattern that transforms into an object-like path within the space.