The eight par­tic­i­pants sit in a cir­cle and pro­nounce cer­tain giv­en words in spe­cif­ic, math­e­mat­i­cal pat­terns as direct­ed (see pat­terns). The words the par­tic­i­pants are assigned are adverbs (for exam­ple: anco­ra, ora, già, mai, poi, allo­ra, forse, dopo) that flex with syn­tac­ti­cal place­ment and inflec­tion and con­nect eas­i­ly to each oth­er to form ver­bal frag­ments that mim­ic col­lo­qui­alisms (for exam­ple: ora o mai più, mai e poi mai, pri­ma o poi, sen­za forse…etc). As one pro­nun­ci­a­tion fol­lows the oth­er in cir­cu­lar suc­ces­sion, the con­tin­u­ous flow urges the dis­til­la­tion of sense from non­sense, prompt­ing the par­tic­i­pants to test their cre­ative auton­o­my against the rigid­i­ty of the struc­ture. Par­tic­i­pants react and respond to ver­bal cues from each oth­er in an esca­la­tion of expres­sive pos­si­bil­i­ties as free­dom and spon­tane­ity are incre­men­tal­ly increased through­out the piece. A col­lec­tive con­struc­tion emerges beyond the strict ver­bal assem­blage reveal­ing the trans­fer of emo­tion­al con­tent through a rich­ly impre­cise and mal­leable lan­guage with­in an impro­vised rit­u­al of social communication.