|On the Search with South American slab hunters Bruno Santos and Guillermo Satt. We are in the middle of the Pacific, on a volcanic rock, getting bludgeoned by massive swells. We are, as remote, as you can get. That's Australian photographer Ted Grambeau talking. If you know Ted Grambeau, then you'll be able to hear the sound of his deep, rough, vaguely erratic voice; the volume rising with each syllable, the delivery slowing with each word, dragging out each sentence until you can almost feel their isolation.