Fedra (2014) is a vocal solo that recreates an intimate space through physiological, breathy, and guttural sounds. This intimate space is shared with listeners as something familiar and quite noisy. Breathing leads to vocalizations, sonic emissions and vocal gestures collected from previous works, as well as in the course of my life. They are the physiological and guttural sounds, the gurgles, murmurs, grunts and groans, sounds that are part of a private dictionary. This dictionary is unique for each person and includes the utterances through which the voice responds to pain, anguish, or orgasms. Voice, not singing; me, not another. In this case, noise inhabits not only in the acoustic properties of the voice, but in everything it may refer to.