The term "entropomorphy" in the title is a contraction of the words entropy and anthropomorphy. The word alludes to the entopic principle, irreversible processes, and non-repeatability. These processes are caused in the metaphorical transfer by the amplified aesthetic experience of the form when it is self-referential and as such consequently evolves in the temporal flow of the given space. In this context, the notion of anthropomorphy represents an ever-present point of research, where the organic body appears in a technological environment. In practice, it is firstly the implementation of composite wearable technology - the sensor backpack. The backpack consists of devices that interpret sensors (sensor synthesiser). Sensors for pressure, rotation, etc. are placed on the body. The basis of this is a dancer who produces a sound through an autoreferential feedback loop to which she simultaneously moves. The dancer's signals are responded to by the other actor in the dialogue. Together, the two performers want to produce a sound stream - a meditative journey for the visitors.