How do we perceive voice when it is detached of the body to which it belongs? How does space sound in a certain voice? How does voice sound in a certain space? Which hints can a voice deliver about appearance, physicality and mental state? Which content can voice transfer besides language and linguistic comprehension? What is the relationship between information and voice? Four independent pieces by Leonie Strecker and Nathalie Brum deal with these questions. All the four of them are linked together by a correspondance of material when searching for different formal approaches.