Large stones and gleaming metal bars are hanging freely from the ceiling in sturdy chains in the entrance of Örebro Konsthall. In the exhibition "Ear to the Ground" Ulrika Sparre and Hanna Ljungh are examining stone, soil and land. The starting point is our human quest for truth and the conditions of human existence. Hannah Ljung has been specifically devoted to Sweden's highest mountain, Kebnekaise. Here she presents a scan that reports all height measurements of the Kebnekaise since the beginning of last century. Her voice has been recorded, extracted and reproduced in print and mounted on the wall.