Isabel Reichert and Sean Fletcher began collaborating in 1997 and have since developed a comprehensive body of conceptual performances. While their predecessors of the late 1960s and early 1970s "blurred the line between art and life" (Allan Kaprow), Fletcher and Reichert direct their research toward investigating the very meaning of life itself.
Fletcher and Reichert have exhibited internationally and have appeared on both NPR member stations KQED and KALW in San Francisco, on Studio 360 (a PRI syndicated program) in New York, and Spiegel On-Line in Europe. Their work has appeared in numerous art publications and the major media including Flash Art International, Art Week, East Bay Express, the Associated Press, The Contra Costa Times, The Oakland Tribune, The San Francisco Chronicle, and The Washington Post. The artists have lectured at numerous universities and colleges as well as museums about their work.