In “The singular tales of the same (Topolò)”, Haarvöl + Ulobit emphasize the idea that, sometimes, the equal contains singularities that allow for their own narratives. The same is not the same when in different places. The contexts that shape it make it unique, though apparently equal. Away from homogeneity, the individuality owns their own “place”. It is of singularity that we speak when we invent a place inhabited by electronic sounds in peaceful coexistence with sounds that come from before, from other times, like those of the hurdy-gurdy. In a particular time. It is also of a strange singularity to see images to which we cannot assign a place, for they are equal but at the same time completely different.