Vocal Transplantation is a performance, a therapeutic exercise, and an experiment in trust. Taking the bureaucracies in which we circulate as our starting point, we point to the limits these systems impose upon our expressions of personhood. As a strategy to combat a structure that draws its power from the ability to categorize, we blur our identities by wearing opaque black bodysuits that shift our specific identities into generic silhouettes. In this state, we voice words that we cannot put on the record. Filtering our expression through the surrogate body, we bypass immigration and litigation surveillance. Our tentacles connect us, and our glasses illuminate to the rhythm of one's own words spoken by the host’s voice. Like an incubator of secrets, we express our unmonitored and unsupervised truth.