The processing of sound material does not necessarily imply a change of identity for the object subjected to a specific process. So you can create new material while maintaining the distinct initial appearance of the object. In fact, homeostasis is defined as an attempt at conservation of a given structural level or a tendency to the retention of information. I consider a sound as a word in its narrow sense. The aim of this composition is to create a timbre and temporal connection among sound objects. Elements from different environments and contexts, totally unrelated to each other, coexist, are intertwined and interact together. Thus, giving rise to a form "alive and responsive"; able to move in an imaginary space.