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This spectacular artist is coming to St Mary in the Castle Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week ONLY – limited to 80 capacity per event so you can immerse yourself in this visual and auditory feast. We are filling the auditorium with these huge whirling sirens Jason Williams Riz Maslen Oliver Cherer Oliver Crowther Dear Serge Darren Morris Thee Sunday Sonics Danny Pockets Jon Dunham Nick Weekes Chris Tomsett Chris Broughton Home Live Art Alexander Brattell Lloyd Loveart please share as this is a one-off for anyone interested in audio art and performance. SIREN by Ray Lee

All shows £6
Thursday 14 September, 8pm – BOOK NOW goo.gl/Wy5o9n
Friday 15 September, 8pm – BOOK NOW goo.gl/4fn4pT
Saturday 16 September, 6pm – BOOK NOW goo.gl/hceNG9
Saturday 16 September, 8pm – BOOK NOW goo.gl/3XuYMb
Capacity limited per session so please book in advance so as not to be disappointed.

BAR OPEN AN HOUR BEFORE PERFORMANCE AS THE MAIN AUDITORIUM BAR WILL BE CLOSED DURING THE PERFORMANCES SO ARRIVE EARLY TO GET YOUR DRINKS.

Sited within the atmospheric auditorium of St Mary in The Castle, Ray Lee’s award-winning Siren is a whirling, spinning spectacle of mechanical movement, electronic sound and light featuring a forest of large metal tripods, whose rotating arms emit an extraordinary
chorus of pulsing electronic drones.

Silent performers move within the mass of swirling metal, operating their machines and tuning electronic oscillators to change the musical composition while dodging and ducking the spinning arms.

The closeness of the tripods’ tuning sets off a series of amazing overtones that evoke the sense of an ethereal choir. As the audience move freely around the installation the sound
pulses past them creating a hypnotic sound world and a compelling visual image.

Ray Lee is a composer, artist, and performer. He was awarded British Composer of the Year for Sonic Art in 2012. Lee’s work investigates his fascination with the hidden world of electromagnetic radiation and in particular how sound can be used as evidence of invisible phenomena. He is interested in the way that science and philosophy represent the universe. He creates spinning, whirling, and pendulous sound installations that explore “circles of
ether,” the invisible forces that surround us.

invisible-forces.com
coastalcurrents.org.uk/raylee

All shows £6
Thursday 14 September, 8pm – BOOK NOW goo.gl/Wy5o9n
Friday 15 September, 8pm – BOOK NOW goo.gl/4fn4pT
Saturday 16 September, 6pm – BOOK NOW goo.gl/hceNG9
Saturday 16 September, 8pm – BOOK NOW goo.gl/3XuYMb
Capacity limited per session so please book in advance so as not to be disappointed.

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