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More machinery and comestibles. Theo Kaccoufa, a 39-year-old RCA graduate, used to repair washing machines. His electronic contraption, "On the Sixth Day", (refer to your Bible), has a rubber ball that rolls at random through a maze of 128 light-sensitive pins connected to 128 ring doughnuts that spin on prongs when activated. His first solo show, of 15 kinetic sculptures, is at Chris Evans's gallery Well Hung, 39 Ledbury Road, Notting Hill, London W11, until 30 May pounds 4.500 plus VAT (0171-727 1357).

"Made Not Begotten" - a Biblical-sounding title for David Burnham Smith's painted head, in a selling exhibition of his weird and exquisite porcelain. Prices pounds 45 to pounds 3,000, the price of the head. Richard Dennis Gallery, 114 Kensington Church Street, London W8 until Saturday (0171-727 2061).

"Football", a photograph with added colour by the Italian Alessandro Guerriero, was exhibited in Banal Objects at the 1980 Venice Bienniale. It is one of the maverick Alchimia design group's attempts to re-draw the world. Estimate pounds 800-pounds 1,000 in Bonhams' London design auction, tomorrow (6pm). Inquiries (0171-393 3900).

Successors to the Naked Ape - these biomorphs, "The Observers" (1972), are in one of 40 Surrealist paintings by the prolific Desmond Morris, spanning 50 years, at the Clayton Gallery, 14 Clayton Road, Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne, until 30 May. Most prices are around pounds 1,000. "The Observers" is pounds 7,050. Enquiries (0191-281 2560).

Something traditional for the garden - a 42in tall 17th century standard- bearing lion carved in Belgian limestone, among 300 garden statues for sale in the magnificent grounds of the Dutch dealer Sweerts de Landas, Dunsborough Park, Ripley, Surrey, open tomorrow (12 noon-6pm), entry pounds 2.50, children pounds 1.25. Prices pounds 800-pounds 250,000. There are two pairs of lions, pounds 16,000 and pounds 20,000. Enquiries (01483 225366).

Traditional carving applied to foreign design: this late 18th century Gujerati cupboard in teak is Portuguese inspired. Price pounds 1,300 in the Gordon Reece Gallery's selling exhibition of antique Indian furniture, until 30 May (closed Monday 25 May): 16 Clifford Street, London W1 (0171- 439 0007).