Wording is a continuous non-conclusive working space and a collection of research on collaborative writing. The aim of this attempt at writing is to shape a public space using words and to position ourselves in shared spaces and reciprocated texts. Wording has a performative quality as the writers in public space are being observed themselves, and the question is if this collective writing experiment acts as a countertext to the commodification of our corporeal selves. Wording is inspired by Georges Perec and his experimental work An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in Paris from 1975, and is facilitated by Lena Séraphin.