Composer Claudia Molitor creates music that reflects the space around it, giving us reason to notice and relate to the environments we exist in. She treats spaces as if they exist, and talks about architecture as if it were people. Throughout hcmf// 2019, a selection of Molitor’s music and film works will be installed at Temporary Contemporary’s unique Market Gallery in Queensgate Market. This will include Auricularis Superior, a ‘meditation on the activity of listening’, originally commissioned by hcmf// as part of Field Studies 2017: Listening After Pauline Oliveros. Molitor will also exhibit a new series of staunchly political works that map out the mind-numbing normalisation of racism, misogyny and anti-environmentalism spreading across the West.