Metaphase Sound Machine

Metaphase Sound Machine is a sound installation, created by ::vtol::, Moscow-based Dmitry Morozov.

The Metaphase Sound Machine is a kind of homage to the ideas of the American physicist Nick Herbert. Herbert researched using quantum physics to communicate with the dead, including the ghost of Harry Houdini, without success.

The Metaphase Sound Machine is an audio- and kinetic installation in which a sound is synthesized based on feedbacks, produced by microphones and speakers on rotating discs. The form of the object is inspired by the generally accepted symbolic notation of quantum entanglement.

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  1. He couldn’t communicate with Houdini because he escaped the casket after being buried, he continues to escape death even approaching 150!

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