ORLI is a collaborative exploration of sound, visual art and projection mapping which converge into a rich, immersive and electric performance. The project features the artwork of Helen Gory, the improvised soundscapes of Khyaal Vocal Ensemble and interactive projections from Joli.vision.

This project displays Helen Gory’s new collage work; the process of tearing apart and rebuilding a picture to create a new perspective is symbolic of rebirth. This multi-sensory experience transcends language and narrative; it is an invitation, an open door allowing the audience to bask in the light and ignite a warm glow within.

LOCATION: Courtyard

Artwork by Helen Gory

Performed by Aarti Jadu, Aurora Darby, Mel Taylor & Siobhan Housden

Projection Mapping, Animation and Programming by Joli.vision

Costuming by Aarti Jadu

Image by Daniel Pinkerton & Helen Gory

Specific accessibility information for this event:

Visual rating: 50% This event is partly subtitled or includes dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.

Aural Rating: 50%
Has both sound and visual components, but sight isn’t essential to be able to engage with the event.