A new work by the Colombian automata maker Carlos Zapata is currently being exhibited at the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition in London. In the piece a man protecting a small child is being beaten by soldiers. Carlos has always been concerned about the ill treatment of innocent people, and the fact that very often nothing […]
This Saturday, 19th May, sees the opening of our USA touring exhibit at the Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure in Salina, Kansas. A great place for a day out this summer, this fascinating place also has a collection of Animatronics and robotic humans including a Hindu snake charmer. The CMT exhibition closes 22nd August.
Listen to this morning’s Woman’s Hour broadcast again. Three generations of women were interviewed – Sue Jackson, myself and my daughter Max. Also there is a great video of the opening event at Kinetica, which really captures the spirit of the exhibition (which has now been extended by popular demand to 7th May). See ya […]
Tomorrow is the big launch of the Cabinet of Curiosities. Make sure to be at your computer at 4 pm GMT (that’s 8 a.m in Los Angeles, 10 a.m. in Texas, and 9 a.m. in New York, and 8pm in Singapore…)
Paul Spooner has just finished a great new piece called ‘The Life of Marat’, in which we find Marat sitting in his bath (fashioned from a piece of lead donated by a neighbour), turning the pages of ‘The People’s Friend’ – the cover of which has a rather gruesome picture of Charlotte Corday. On careful […]