Running alongside Jonathan Miller's extraordinary career in revue, television, the theatre and opera has been a fascination with the visual arts.
As a practitioner, Miller has concentrated on assemblages – of discarded metal, which he beats and welds into sculpture, or of old and tattered posters, which he photographs, or reconstitutes as montages.
"I'm interested in the overlooked and the negligible," he says, "where some of the most interesting breakthroughs in art and science come from."
As an interpreter, Miller has frequently used the imagery of celebrated artists as a backdrop to his directorial work. This exhibition will explore both aspects of this fertile preoccupation.