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Playsound.space is a tool that was developed in 2018 for the practice of free improvisation. At UBIMUS 2018 we present a piece where we use the system to create a soundscape from Oswald de Andrade's anthropophagic manifesto. This time, we propose a participatory performance, where the audience can, through the chat interface offered by the system, propose search terms for the performer. When communicating during the performance by chat, each word typed becomes a link to search the system. The performer who will be connected to the central sound system will choose words from those typed by the audience to create a soundscape in real time.