The work of Andrea Knobloch in cubus-m gallery in Berlin evokes just such comparative images. The Düsseldorf based artist presents a central, two-part installation: both resonate with the metaphor of the forest and are comprised of modular systems, specifically constructed for the exhibition, that oscillate between divergence and repetition, occupying space and organising it. don´t listen to the early birds is formed from a number of wire structures, reminiscent of bird cages, each one attached to diagonal poles, that we can walk through. Mechanically produced bird sounds emanate from them.The title refers to the artist's experience in China, where street-sellers marketed their wares by playing audio tapes. When the language is not known, this repetitive sound blends into a melodic, abstract sound sequence - just like a birdsong.