Acts of voicing

     The voice acts by nature as a form of communication, or expression. The product of this communication or expression, determined at will by the "abuser." At what level, an “abuser” wills, or is able to produce work, through the voice? Is the consent of the listener required for the work to be produced? How much easier is the work achieved, when the “abuser” is a father figure? And finally when work has been produced, is it a listener’s conscious choice, or speaker’s influence? Does the term freedom exist in this whole situation? If so, where one’s freedom stops and where the other’s freedom begins? These are questions that I am trying to lay, by juxtapose my first degree hanged on the wall, and my father’s audio document swinging in the air.