On one side of the screen, an imaginary speech scrolls down through a teleprompter device. The speech is constructed from significant political speeches found at the archives of the United Nations database, relaying on key words that characterizes public addresses as such. The reductive editing process of the scrolled speech, attempts to detect the theatrical intonation, commonly used by speechwriters to arrange the formal content of their thesis. With lack of actual content or message, the text is bound to function as a cyclic exhaustion of language. On the other side of the screen, footage of an applauding audience extracted from video documentations of political speeches given at the United States Congress – State of the Union, The Joint Sessions of Congress and The United Nations General Assembly.