SRISA's gallery in via San Gallo has teamed up with Radio Papesse and Black History Month Florence for "To whom it may concern: A belated and sonorous register," an original, site-specific sound installation by 2015 Villa Romana fellow Anike Joyce Sadiq and author-artist-stylist-DJ Sinethermba Twalo. Billed as a "soulful smokescreen," the duo's installation comprises two turntables and a smattering of hijacked AV equipment. Expect minimal visuals and maximum commentary: the work plays with the idea of blackness as a trope. Through auditory experience and its abrupt, "scratched" conclusion, "To whom it may concern" provokes thought about the concepts of "sampling," cultural mashups and appropriation. See and hear the spectacle in good company at the vernissage on February 14 at 7pm.