Artist Katerina Katsifaraki's main source of inspiration is nature and the many forms it can take. In The Voice of Things, Katsifaraki draws inspiration for her video and photography from the marshes of the island of Sikinos and uses dough to create sculptural installations. Her art is literally formed and shaped by kneading. For example, to create the installation "Rocks", she worked in the salt marshes of Sikinos, using dough to make moulds out of rocks. These dough moulds were then used to create the sculptures in her studio. Her videos and photographs provide a close-up perspective of the ever-changing movements of sea salt flakes, reflecting their inherent nature. In a poetic yet grounded way, this new exhibition at the Museum of Folk Art and Tradition invites us to perceive our bodies as soil, highlighting the interconnectedness between our own existence and the natural world.