Paul Spooner’s latest piece, ‘I Remember Gundestrup’ is currently on show at our exhibition at Kinetica. The two figures slowly move around in the vessel of blood-red Janus heads. For those who can’t visit, the caption reads: ‘This is not as bad as it looks: customs change in Denmark as they do all over most […]
Our latest show at Kinetica is no. 1 choice in TimeOut’s Around Town this week. If you’re in London, the local news slot on the BBC should have coverage today (Sunday) at 7:35pm. We were also on BBC Radio London’s Breakfast Show yesterday – you can ‘listen again’ (until Sun 15th April).
There was a fantastic opening party for the CMT and Ride of Life Exhibition at Kinetica last night. Guests were enthralled by the range of automata old and new, it was a great launch for the show. Guest Chris O’Shea took some great pictures and as he says: “I can safely say that this one […]
Here is something else to see on your upcoming visit to London. Danish artist Jeppe Hein has created a site-specific installation for The Curve at The Barbican. The piece is called ‘Distance’ and you can see it working here. Visitors trigger the rolling balls by entering the space, so the experience varies depending on how […]
Ron Fuller is currently restoring the Adam and Eve pubic bar, the only remaining complete scene from the Ride of Life. The bar will be operational at our exhibition at Kinetica from 6th April to 5th May. To give you a flavour of the completed scene, here are some of Ron’s words from 1989: Welcome […]