Fri 28 - Mon 31 August | 7.30pm, 8.30pm, 9.30pm
Type: Installation, Music, Spectacle
This impressive installation of towering sound and light sculptures creates a captivating and immersive experience. Giant metal tripods support rotating arms with red LED lights generating whirling orbits of colour combined with a chorus of spinning speakers to deliver an uplifting and transfixing sonic spectacle. Following the success of “Pasture with Cows” at the Old Royal Naval College in 2019, this spectacular installation offers another chance to see Wren’s historic riverside masterpiece transformed with a large-scale contemporary art installation.
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There is level access to the performance locations.
A priority area for disabled audiences will be marked with a sign or flag. Space for wheelchair users, and a variety of seating options will be available. GDIF volunteers will offer directions from the nearest station.
Cutty Sark Gardens (50p charge, free for Blue Badge holders).
Blue badge parking
College Way car park.
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Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible | Audio Described | Digital Access Available
What to expect: Family Friendly | Sensory Spectacle | Speech Free
Content & Trigger Warnings: Some minor flickering of LED lights.
BSL interpreted description and Audio Description of the installation can be found here.
Where to find it
Chorus will be performed Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London, SE10 9HT.
About the artist
Ray Lee is an award-winning sound artist and composer. He creates spinning, whirling, and pendulous sound installations and performances that explore “circles of ether,” the invisible forces that surround us. His immersive and mesmerising works such as the world-wide hit Siren, Ethometric Museum and his monumental outdoor work Chorus create strange and beautiful worlds of sound and movement, engaging diverse, new audiences with contemporary music.
Chorus is supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Royal Greenwich Festivals, and Arts Council England. With thanks to the Old Royal Naval College.