KLTZ. Pmz.AAAAA! is an exhibition revolving around the peculiar relationship between sound and nonsense, between onomatopoeia and the realm of history. Expanding on the field of non-articulation and focusing on the strong bond between sonority and its material impersonation, the exhibition questions the mnemonic quality of a sound and uses figures of speech as vehicles for carrying along storylines. 'KLTZ. Pmz. AAAAA!' (Pssst. Pssst. Cheeky. Cheeky. KLTZ. Pmz. AAAAA!') is also the phonetic representation of a very popular onomatopoeic catchphrase, introduced to the pre-capitalist Romania by one of the first adverts to be aired on TV in the early 90s. I this sense, the exhibition becomes a space for discourse and abstract entertainment, a senseless repetition of grammar and shapes.