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Ray Lee's Ethometric Museum heads to London
  • From the world’s oldest purpose built museum in Oxford, to an eerie cellar of a Masonic lodge in Edinburgh, then to a beautiful old library of an 18th Century mansion in Bracknell. Ethometric Museum is on the move again and now heading to London in May.

    May 18 - May 26, 2012
    7:30pm & 9pm
    18 - 19 & 25 - 26 May
    Battersea Arts Centre, London, SW11 5TN
    £10, £8 concs

    Have you ever wondered how electricity could make you feel happy? Listen carefully, it's not going to be quite like anything you will have heard (or seen) before. You are going to be taken into the Ethometric Museum, a gallery of amazing electrical curiosities.

    Inside you will bathe in the resonant Ethometric waves of the 'Sonionic Analyser', marvel as the 'Multiwave Oscillethergraph Generator' begins to spin, and wonder at the mysteries of the 'Ethomagnetrons'. Each machine emits specific harmonic frequencies and through their precise manipulation the skilled operator will realign your ‘super-electrical field’. You will feel happy.

    Fascinating, compelling and hauntingly beautiful. Ethometric Museum is an immersive journey into a hypnotic and mesmerising world.

    In August, the cellar door was unlocked and ethometric mysteries discovered at Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Read the reviews below.

    "Ray lee's sound installation Ethometric Museum at Hill Street is witty, strange & beautiful. Nothing else like it at Edinburgh Festival Fringe" Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

    "oscillating sonorities thrum into something exquisite, unearthly, transcendental" **** The Herald

    "if you're after something genuinely different, 'Ethometric Museum' will take your breath away." **** Three Weeks

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