A continuous volume discharged from a certain height over time. A continuous curtain of sound, the collective flow of artists André Tasso, Bruno Humberto and João Ferro Martins, can be heard in such places as museums, festival stages and cinemas. Although created by machines within the vertigo of the metropolis, the result is not inherently anthropocentric and yearns to celebrate and integrate all sources and reflections: from the mountains to the sea, from fauna to flora, mirroring the fragility of the human condition in the face of the absurd immensity of the stars.