SARU practitioner Ray Lee at South Hill Park this October

Internationally renowned sound artist Ray Lee directs a sound art performance full of sonic riches created with an orchestra of machines, many kinetic, which are activated during the live performance and weave a hypnotic, mesmerizing spell over the audience.

Each machine, the precise purpose of which is unknown, creates specific harmonic frequencies and Ray Lee uses these to create a remarkable sound piece.

A Ray Lee sonic performance supported by the Arts Council England and Oxford Contemporary Music.

What: The Ethometric Museum by Ray Lee
Where: Recital Room, South Hill Park – Bookings info at: http://www.southhillpark.org.uk/3424/shows/the-ethometric-museum.html
When: 8 Oct – 9 Oct 2011
Price: £7, Members £6, Conc £5

You can hear Ray talking about this work in episode 49 of the genepool podcast produced by Martin Franklin.

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