Together with Kurt Demey, Maud Vanhauwaert designed the installation Reader as an in situ magical installation for multilingual poetry. In the process, the poem was magically unlocked in various libraries. Accidental passersby are told a whispered voice, without any indication of an external sound source. Confused and amazed, they follow the whispered poem, which can also be followed along in written form on the reading tables. High-frequency sounds turn into whispers in the air. In a second installation, passersby push their heads against a wall, and a poem in a foreign language becomes audible. Through a technique of "boneconductors," sound vibrations directly enter the inner ear, so that the poem literally takes place in the spectators' heads.