Classification : automaton
53 records on 6 pages
FAMAG 2015.12Henshall, Fi: Winifred, signed and dated 2015, automaton, 141 x 38 x 25. © of the artist.
FAMAG 2015.11Zapata, Carlos (born 1963): Dolly Pentreath and the Cornish Language, automaton, 100 cms high.
FAMAG 2015.1Smith, Matt: The Secret, signed and dated 2013, inscribed The Secret: Whilst perusing the latest designs, this skeleton checks for rivals who might wish to steal his secret, thus denying him the pleasure of causing mayhem and disorder when the carefully guarded confidence is revealed., automaton, 25 cms high.
FAMAG 2014.17Newstead, Keith (born 1956): The Cornish Cultural Triangle, signed, automaton, 107 cms high. Commissioned with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of the Cultural Triangle Project.
FAMAG 2014.8Markey, Peter (born 1930): The wave machine with air plane, automaton, 16 x 20 x 8 cms. Donation.
FAMAG 2014.7Newstead, Keith (born 1956): Ce n'est pas un pouce, signed and dated 2004, automaton, 19 cms height. Presented by Newstead, Keith.
FAMAG 2014.5Allen, Dom: Petra-Nelisha Organ, automaton, 244 cms high. Transferred from the Southbank Centre in collaboration with the artist. Commissioned as part of Southbank Centre's Pull Out All The Stops Festival 2014 supported Heritage Lottery Fund. This work was one of four specially commissioned Wondrous Machines, inspired by the Royal Festival Hall organ and created by designers, makers and artists who worked collaboratively with Lambeth families. Donation.
FAMAG 2013.4Zapata, Carlos (born 1963): Anne Killigrew observed by John Dryden, automaton, 53 cms high.