Subluxation was formed in 2008 as a collaborative project between sound artist Eric Miller and video artist Kera MacKenzie. They are focused on developing a dialogue between imagery and sound which denies a hierarchical structure, instead opting for an asynchronous or ambiguous relation between the two media. In previous works, they have employed iterative feedback, paraconsistency, and substrate neutrality. Their interest lies in instilling apophenia in their audience and pointing out the mutability of what constitutes the real. This collaborative project was launched for the purpose of developing a non-hierarchical dialogue between image and sound. Three domains of behavior are displayed throughout these dialogues; synchronic, autonomic, and quasi-interactivity. Drifting between these modes of relation allows a denial of dominance of one medium over the other, and thus resulting in a subluxation, or partial dislocation.