Introducing the 4th and latest chapter in Martin Smith’s love machine series. The Mesmerise Machine is a hand-holding, dancing, kinetic sculpture that gently hypnotizes the object of your affection. Materials: Steel, Aluminium, Brass and Bronze. Dimensions: H 31cm L 17cm W 9cm Limited Edition of 25 + 1 Artists Proof Colours: Red, yellow, brass and […]
The Mechanical Circus exhibition created in collaboration with Rijksmuseum Boerhaave is travelling to the Vida science centre in Brno. This is the first time our automata has visited the Czech Republic. We are just doing the finishing touches and it will be ready to welcome visitors from tomorrow. The show features 31 pieces of automata from […]
Since Ron’s sad departure in July a number of new articles have been published. We’ve updated our page about Ron with the new links.
There are currently six touring exhibitions featuring automata from Cabaret Mechanical Theatre on display around the world. The Mechanicals show is at The Royal Engineers Museum in the UK and Frost Science in Miami. Moving Toys with Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre is in South Korea. The Clockwork Garden is at The Bowes Museum until November. There […]
We are very sad to announce the death of Ron Fuller, at the age of 80. Ron was an integral part of the formation of Cabaret Mechanical Theatre having first met Sue Jackson while they were both students at Falmouth Art School in 1957. Ron’s distinctive toys, for example, Hens Laying Eggs and Tapping Can-Can […]