The gallery describes Chadwick, 41, as 'one of Britain's most prominent and provocative artists'. A room is devoted to her most famous work, Piss Flowers; while in Canada, she and a male collaborator pissed in the snow, then made plaster casts of the cavities created. She made the centre of the flower, a long penis-like probe; he made the petals.
There are also dazzling photopieces made by suspending flowers in unlikely liquids. A spray of orchids, for example, in pink windolene and framed in lime jelly. The show opens today and runs to 29 August. From 2 August photopieces will also be exhibited for sale at the Zelda Cheatle Gallery, 8 Cecil Court, London WC2.