This exposition articulates an intra-active methodology for the art of singing based on new materialst theories with a specific focus on the sensory awareness concerning the vocal experience itself. It has been important to show that shaping and forming based on artistic vocal practice can't be separated from the meaning-making process of understanding the intricate topic of vocality and vocal expression. An intra-active process is not always easily accessible and understood. It puls and turns much due to the desire of an agential bodymind. At the same time it has been important in this exposition to indicate how the thought-moving process actually emerges. In this specific phenomenal exposition I searched not to describe a method but actually to perform the method itself. I have followed an artistic practice-led strategy, moving through the vocal practice itself, which has allowed me to discover both bodymind acts along with new verbal and visual material such as the work of La Mothe (2016), Connolly (2010), Spatz (2017), Thomaidis (2017), Uehara (2009) and others.