The title comes from a 1979 episode of Fawlty Towers in which Basil rants at the state of British Leyland to one of his guests. The guest is dead

The Kipper and The Corpse

Stuart Whipps



Click on these PDF's to see examples of selected art works, exhibitions, publications and writting



'(Whipps) work shows how artists can reactivate memories and skills and reapply them in new meaningful, relevant and inclusive ways involving new people. There are many things to consider and learn from which hasn’t really been reflected in the current public art strategy for Birmingham.'

Roxanne Collins, Culture Officer, Birmingham City Council



These are short films of me talking about the research at various stages of the project