Waiter Waiter, there's a Sculpture in my Soup - Part II

25 Mar 2009 – 24 May 2009

Event times

Open Wed, Thurs & Sun 11am — 5pm, Fri & Sat 11am - 4pm

Cost of entry

Free admission

Pump House Gallery

London, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • 137,19,44,49,239,249,319
  • Sloane Square
  • Battersea Park / Queenstown Road

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Performance Art and Comedy from Gutai to the Present


Working across range of media Mel Brimfield examines the parallels between classic British comedians and performance artists. For her first solo exhibition in London she presents a fictional archive of information and objects, featuring a host of familiar faces including Morecombe and Wise, Tony Hancock and Peter Sellers in a spoof revaluation of history. Through meticulously drawn and painted ephemera Brimfield reveals collaborations between artists, dancers, theatre makers, filmmakers, political activists and comedians. This collection of paintings, film, and sculpture takes as its primary inspiration the legendary Windmill Theatre, which is widely credited with affecting an important shift in the culture of interdisciplinary performance practice.


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