Truth and Lies Presents:
Video and Sound Installation in the Ionic Temple at The Invisible Orchestra Album launch - Saturday 4 June 2016
Explore one of the strangest rooms in Nottingham
Strange Orchestra comprises of a two and a half hour DJ set on three decks and valve amp with a video installation on four projectors in the extraordinary Ionic Temple. The Ionic Temple is an ornate space within the building where Masonic Rituals take place.
DJ Joff explores his vinyl archive and selects ‘Invisible Orchestra influences’ - rarities and obscurities are layered together on three decks to create a ‘Strange Orchestra’ - You will be able to explore the somewhat spooky ‘Ionic Temple’, to a soundtrack and journey of extraordinary music, places and spaces.
The traditional nature of the Temple interior will be contrasted with a series of video pieces in collaboration with illustrator Catrin Morgan that ties together the maths of music, masonry, art and words.
Truth and Lies Totally Tropical Disco (not sponsored by Lilt) 10.30 - 1.30pm -also at The Invisible Orchestra Album Launch.
Shake ya booty, toot ya tooty and rattle your snooty to the funkiest, totally tropical dance floor tracks this side of the tropics. Following on from last years post performance dance, Truth and Lies DJs and guest Adam Pickering dip into the archive for more music from places where palm trees grow (not that pub in Strelly). - We’re talking the funkiest street jazz from New Orleans, percussion explosions from Brazil and thumping funk from African.
About Catrin Morgan
Catrin Morgan received her doctorate at the Royal College of Art in 2014 . She is the author of Phantom Settlements, an illustrated exploration of deception and is currently working on a collaborative project and series of exhibitions called Cassiopeia which included a recent exhibition at APT Gallery. Catrin is a senior lecturer at Falmouth University and lectures internationally.