Everyone is happy, all is peaceful; but then…
Part of our Family Show group of pieces, Click this image to see the Family Show video. Mixed materials, pneumatics and electronic control.
Commission for Dalby Forest Visitor Centre in North Yorkshire, interactive piece with Solar and muscle powered movement and illumination, 2007. Photo Chris Webb
The tiny mosquito is a hugely significant vector of human disease and death and the an ACE grant to create the Beastly Machines exhibition gave Johnny a chance to create a piece he'd been pondering for years. Photo Ian Gracey, click image to see a Beastly Machines video.
2 metre high head (with a seat inside for two people) including 100’s of small ceramics and mosaics made with service users and staff at Fieldhead Hospital, Wakefield. Click this image to read more...
4m high head and shoulders with working ice gear wheels and fire. Originally produced with the aid of an Arts Council England grant for the Deer shed Festival in Thirsk this piece has now been performed widely in the UK and Germany. Photo Jane Stockdale, click image for video
A flight of robo-sperms meet an egg at the conception disco, this leads to the developing eggs and a funky foetus. Part of our Family Show group of pieces, Click this image for a Family Show video.
Commissioned street piece originally for the Silkeborg Festival of Wonder, Denmark. Click this image to see a video of it in action
Blackburn Meadows Nature Reserve Rotherham. Stainless steel and cast marble, 1996. Photo by Denis Thorpe