Christine Sullivan (b. USA) and Rob Flint (b. UK) are based in London, and have collaborated since 2006 on works which explore the sensory derangement of image and sound technologies, using speech, text, image, and sound in a speculative way to de-familiarise or make ritualistic things which are already well known. Their practice is experimental, combining elements from ongoing research towards an unknown public outcome. Sometimes documentation of the activity becomes the work itself. Recent work specifically addresses the voice - embodied, and disembodied, spoken and written, and the way in which limiting or withholding sensory experience can re-activate narrative.