It records your voice, then plays it back, cross fading into a cacophony of previously recorded samples. Voice Array, an installation created by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, also gives a visual representation of what’s being recorded by blinking its white LED’s.
In total, the installation can hold up to 288 samples, so your message won’t be captured inside of it for ever. When it gets pushed to the end of the row by a series of new recordings it gets one last moment of fame, before it will be deleted for ever:
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