This freestanding Wunderkammer contains various framed pictures, objects and apparatus which illustrate a possible history of Patamechanics.
"Make no mistake about it: 'Pataphysics 'Pataphysicies itself through the 'Pataphysics of 'Pataphysical Modes." -Dr. I.L. Sandomir
“Instead of formulating the law of the fall of a legume toward a center, how far more apposite would be the law of the ascension of the legume into a vacuum?...” -June Muldoon
“What you think is the point is not the point at all but only the beginning of the sharpness.” - Flann O'Brien
“Every word has its scent; there is a harmony and discord of scents, and so too of words.” - Friedrich Nietzsche
“Life itself is a quotation” - Jorge Luis Borges
“He was a bold man that first ate an oyster." - Jonathan Swift
"Duration is the transformation of a succession into a reversion. I.e.: The becoming of a memory" -Alfred Jarry
“Watch where you step your feet, le Musee is full of Merdre!” - Chipperace( Pronounced - chip-per-ach-eeeee)
”I though fit to give then human voices and human laughter instead of the old fashioned meaningless song of a normal bird – it seemed more in harmony with the spirit of progress.” - Auguste Villiers de l'Isle-Adam
"With all the endeavors made-up to the present day to demonstrate that 2+2=4, wind velocity has never been taken into account." Raymond Queneau
Let us go now this way please, to visit our seven bumble bees.
“I have come with this message: since our gods and our aspirations are no longer anything but scientific, why shouldn't our loves be so too?” -Auguste de Villiers de L'Isle-Adam
"From the belly of M. Darwiniensis Squiggling songs in a cappella, Come these singing micro-species Made of hairs, they call flagella"... -Hans Spinnermen
“One can look at seeing but one can't hear hearing.” - Marcel Duchmp
“I need you, dear reader, to imagine us. For we don't really exist if you don't.” ― Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita