2012 - “The Great Magical Machine Show” - Museum Eretz Israel, Tel-Aviv, Israel

2005 “Movement and Shadows. Magic of Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre”, National  Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

2002 “Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre”, Theatre Museum, London

2002 “Sharmanka Kinetic Sculptures”, Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem

1999 “Sharmanka Theatre”, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

1994 “Sharmanka. The Amazing World of Eduard Bersudsky’s Mechanical Sculptures" - solo exhibition, City Art Galleries, Manchester

1994 “Sharmanka. Russian Street Organ Theatre" - McLellan Galleries, Glasgow


“Sharmanka Travelling Circus”

2012 – St Enoch Shopping Centre, Glasgow, Scotland

2011 – Drumchapel Shopping Centre, Glasgow, Scotland

2010 Rothes Halls, Glenrothes, Scotland

2009 Howden Park Centre, Livingston, Scotland

2008 Cleethorpes Discovery Centre, England

2008 Gloucester Museum, England

2007 Radiance and Winter Lights festivals, Glasgow (in the vacant shop windows)

2007 An Tobar, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Scotland

2007 Croydon  Museum, England

2006 Iona Gallery, Kinguissie, Scotland

2006 Thurso Library, Thurso, Scotland

2006 Inverness Gallery and Museum, Scotland

2006 Falkirk Museum, Scotland

2005 An Lanntair, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland

“Gothic Kinetic”

2010 - An Lanntair, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland

“Sharmanka Travelling Circus” + “Gothic Kinetic”

2010 Eretz Israel Museum, Tel-Aviv, Israel

2009 Granada Science Park, Granada, Spain

2009 “Lille 3000”, Lille, France

2009 “Les Folies”, Maubeuge, France,

2009 Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock, England


2008  PhantasieMechanik – Phaeno, Wolfsburg, Germany

2004  Independent Art Festival -  Manezh, St.Petersburg

1999  Kabinet des Mechaniken- Technorama Switzerland, Winterthur, Switzerland

1996  Det Legende Menneske - “Experimentarium”, Copenhagen, Denmark.

1993  Topos –  Grassi Museum, Leipzig, Germany.


2009 London International Mime Festival – “Gothic Circus”@ Shunt Vaults

2008 Edinburgh Fringe Festival – “Wheels of Life”,

2002 London International Mime Festival -  “Noah’s Ark” @The Royal National Theatre

1998 "Moving on 98,” Music Festival, Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast

1996 “Puppets and Performing Objects in the 20th century" - Lincoln Centre, Library for Performing Arts, New York, USA

1993 "Poppen & Muziek”, Neerpelt, Belgium

1991 "Ontpoppen & Verbeelden" - Museum “From Music Clock to Street-Organ,” Utrecht, Netherlands


2016    “The Loom - Am Beirt” - An Lantair, Stornoway, Isle Of Lewis & Harris, Scotland

2010    “Leonardo-2” - Kopernik Science Museum, Warsaw, Poland

2009    “The Gloveman” - Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock, England

2007    “Colmcille” - An Tobar Art Centre , Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Scotland

2007    “Rusty, the Magician” - Callender House, Falkirk Museums, Scotland

2004    “The Flight” - Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

2002    “St.Mungo-on-the-Tron” - Tron Steeple, Glasgow, Scotland

1999    “Homage to Leonardo” - Science Centre The Big Idea (Irvine, Scotland)**

1997    “The World of Artist. Homage to Storm Peterson” - Storm P. Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark

1996    “The Old Viking” - Experimentarium Science Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark


** closed in 2003


National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

"The Millennium Clock Tower" (2000, in collaboration with Tim Stead, Annica Sandström, Jürgen Tübbecke )

Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art *

“Proletarian Greetings to Honourable Jean Tinguely  from the Cradle of Three Revolutions”, set of three kinetic sculptures: “The Great Idea”, “Kremlin Dreamer”, “The Autumn Walk in the Belle Époque of Perestroika”


Museum of Non-Conformist Art, St.Petersburg, Russia


Parque de Las Ciencias, Granada, Spain

“Noah’s Ark”

Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

              “Tower of Pisa”

Eduard Bersudsky’s small kinetic sculptures and wooden carvings are to be found in a number of private collections in different countries


* these works are on display at Sharmanka Theatre at Trongate 103)


•2009 –“Sputnik” kinetic structure for outdoor performance for Fittings Multimedia Art (director – Garry Robson)

•2007 –stage set for Theatre Workshop production of Samuel Beckett “Endgame” (director – Robert Rae)

•2005 - “The Druid Clock”, a joint production of Sharmanka and Russian Dance theatre “DEREVO” presented at Royal Museum, Edinburgh (director – Anton Adasinsky) – funded by Eduard Bersudsky’s “Creative Scotland Award” project .