The famed restlessness of concretist poet Augusto de Campos indicates that he is a creative explorer of the boundaries of poetry and the word. In order to complete an old project combining poetry, music, computers, and electronic resources, he joined the video artist Walter Silveira, author of the award-winning VT Preparado AC/JC, and the techno-musical bravery of his son Cid Campos. The project was born out of a desire to retrieve the widespread practice, in 1950s Europe, of poets declaiming their verses in public. The outcome is described by the authors themselves as a "verbivocovisual event" in which poem readings, electronic instrumental music, singing and video footage interact.