Ghosts in the Machine The Einstein’s Brain Project
Artistic collective by Alan Dunning, Paul Woodrow and Morley Hollenberg
Photo: Enrique Cárdenas
Ghosts in the Machine
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Oct
2008
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Jan
2009
Ghosts in the Machine uses the ideas inherent in Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP) to examine ways in which we construct the world and extends it to the visual.

Ghosts in the Machine

Ghosts in the Machine uses the ideas inherent in Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP) to examine ways in which we construct the world and extends it to the visual.

23
Oct
2008
12
Jan
2009

Ghosts in the Machine uses the ideas inherent in Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP) to examine ways in which we construct the world and extends it to the visual. 
EVP is the recording of errant noises or voices that have no explainable or physical source of origin. For some the voices and images are simply subjective interpretations - that we tend to hear voices in random patterns of sound and in the way we recognise forms in random visual patterns. For others, the voices are genuinely misterious, opening up for example the possibility to communicate with other realms.

Artists: Einstein’s Brain Project

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