Nik Ramage

Nik Ramage The machines Nik Ramage creates forego utilitarian functionality in favour of futility, uncertainty and fragility. These contraptions are assembled from components that were designed for another purpose, often utilizing elements that are slightly damaged or...

Richard Simmons

Richard Simmons As founder of The MAD Museum, Richard has donated pieces of kinetic art to display which he has collected over the years. Not only that but he also has created his own contribution out in the garden, the Water Feature and intends to build more exhibits...

Stuart Dunbar

Stuart Dunbar With a BA (hons) Degree, in Technical Arts and special Effects from Wimbledon College of Arts UAL, 2008 Stuart has continued his dedication to Kinetic Art and Automata. The central themes running through his work are free will and randomness and then...

Alex Hamill

Alex Hamill Working as a professional sculptor from his studio workshop in Cambridgeshire UK, Alex designs and makes kinetic sculptures using interesting timbers as the main media for his work. His sculptures are brought to life using spring-powered mechanisms that he...

Andrew Woodward

Andrew Woodward Andrew Woodward is a U.K. artist specializing in kinetic sculpture. Since graduating from Bath College of Art in 1989, he’s focused on creating kinetic sculpture / automata, and welded figurative sculptures. For the last twenty years he has lived and...
The MAD Museum will be closing at 4pm on Thursday 21st September 2017.