The W-practice attempts to build and experiment with tools for the performed action, that is, all situations where one acts in front of someone.
The first tool, the W-lexicon, is an operative lexicon that proposes to name the different aspects of a performed action.
The second tool, the W-notation, is a system for writing and articulating the action in the form of scores using the Organon software.
The third tool, the W-method, consists of an assortment of techniques for performing.
These tools are developed and passed on during research sessions bringing together performers of all kinds. They are also practiced in the form of games iin which the activity of the actor, playwright or author is formalized to become a specific object of work.