all sorhed's object are co-authored, or one might say, 'co-produced' - if either one of us makes something it is with the acceptance that it might be changed as it forms and reforms in differing kinds of dialogue between us. Through dialogue both of us have to relinquish some control over the 'knowledge' produced by our contributions. Things form from things in ways that either of us do not originally intend, they change and shift until we both are faced with something that we recognise, but that we also are challenged by. When somebody optically and haptically engages with our objects, alone, or in dialogue with others, they continue this co-production of knowledge. The subjective associations of others and the context in which these associations happen extend, reshape and reform the parameters of the work. The objects are completed and activated by dialogue - it is as much part of the work as the materiality of the thing produced.