Unique production uses electricity to make you happy
Theatre and science come together in a unique production looking at how electricity can make you happy.
The Ethometric Museum is the brainchild of artist, composer and performer Lee Ray who has created a hypnotic and mesmerising soundscape.
Audiences are sent on an immersive journey, mixing theatre with science inside a gallery of electrical curiosities.
Lee expertly manipulates and tunes his collection of obscure objects for audiences to wonder and marvel at.
Visitors will bathe in waves created by the Sonionic Analyser or puzzle over the mysteries of the Ethomagnetrons.
There is even a Multiwave Oscillethergraph Generator which emits specific harmonic frequencies, adding to this hypnotic and mesmerising world.
Lee is best known for his large scale installation and performance Siren, which won a Herald Angel Award at Edinburgh Fringe 2007.
His work investigates his obsession with the hidden world of electro-magnetic radiation and how sound can be used as evidence of invisible phenomena.
The performer explores how science and philosophy represent the universe, questioning orthodoxies and their relation to currently fashionable trends.
Lee's show is part of the Summer Cook Up Season at the Battersea Arts Centre, taking place in the theatre foyer space and café bar.
The season features shows currently being developed, large scale finished productions, events, talks and parties.
The Ethometric Museum, Battersea Arts Centre, Lavender Hill, Battersea, May 18, 19, 25, 26, 7.30pm and 9pm, Tickets £10, £8 conc, call 020 7223 2223 or visit bac.org.uk