An ophone is a loudspeaker with an attached telephone receiver. When an ophonist has recorded a sound into an ophone, it is repeated infinitely until another sound is recorded into the same ophone.
Four Ophones is an invitation and an unwritten score for a composition that lasts as long as the exhibition does. You and other visitors take part as audience, musicians, and co-composers. No one knows what will happen or how it will sound. Be prepared for everything from subtle interference etudes, to collaborative chanting and big, bad rhythm orgies.
Perfecting the Unfinished
Four Ophones is an interactive sound installation without any pre-recorded sounds. Check out this interview if you want to know more about the qualities of the ophones: