Hearing and listening are not the only ways to perceive sound. In this work, I aim to challenge my own notions of sound – how can sound be materialised if it is not visible and tactile? Sonorous Cylinder is an interactive textile work dedicated to auditory perception. It is an invitation to look at sound, step inside sound and touch sound. A recorded sound of skin touch is translated to a visual pattern that is printed on organza textile suggesting a noise-like visual effect. Noise is a term used in both sound theory and photography. The organza is a thin and see-through material that allows you to focus on both the fabric and the environment perceived through it, but once at a time only, the same way as camera lens operates.