An immersive journey into a hypnotic and mesmerising world

Fri 10 Feb, 7pm, 8.30pm

Sat 11 Feb, 4pm, 7pm, 8.30pm

Have you ever wondered how electricity could make you feel happy? Find out how as you enter the Ethometric Museum, a gallery of amazing electrical curiosities. Marvel at the wonders of this fascinating sound installation featuring instruments such as the 'Sonionic Analyser' and the 'Multiwave Oscillethergraph Generator'. Compelling and hauntingly beautiful, the award-winning Ethometric Museum is an immersive journey into a hypnotic and mesmerising world.

"A kind of musical H.G.Wells" Ivan Hewitt BBC Radio 3

"Witty, strange and beautiful…For total strangeness see Ray Lee’s Ethometric Museum." Lyn Gardner, Guardian

"Gentle, whimsical and resonant with beauty" Glasgow Herald ****

£7 (£5 concessions)

Awards: BASCA British Composer of the Year for Sonic Art 2012

Performers: ‘The Curator’; Stavroula Kounadea (Graham Elstone for four performances in Oxford). ‘The Professor’; Ray Lee, Harry Dawes (for certain performances in Oxford and Edinburgh) The curator’s role was developed in collaboration with Stavroula Kounadea. Additional technical assistance: Graham Calvert

Produced by OCM Supported by Arts Council England, Oxford Brookes University, OCM