22 March 2012
Last updated at 18:01
Brian Griffiths' imposing Boneshaker dominates the atrium of Ipswich Art School, which is hosting the Saatchi Gallery for a second time between 23 March and 26 August.
A stuffed goat and a concrete sculpture in the shape of a perfume bottle are combined in Steve Bishop's piece Christian Dior - J'adore (Mountain Goat).
One piece of Tessa Farmer's artwork, Swarm, has found a home in the next door building and is part of Ipswich Museum's natural history collection.
Back at Ipswich Art School, upstairs there is an overwhelming smell of a charity shop thanks to Guerra de la Paz's installation, titled 'Nine'.
David Batchelor salvages objects from the streets of London and transforms them into sculptures, which he calls "vehicles of colour".
Thirteen newspaper front pages as seen by Aleksandra Mir, and taken from an initial run of 200, appear as part of the exhibition.
One room has been reserved to showcase the local talents from University Campus Suffolk, on a rotational basis. Andrei Costache is amongst the first to exhibit work.
Bedwyr Williams' room is designed to be interactive. Forty five second-hand shoes, all size 13 and all with their own story attached, are on display and visitors are encouraged to take a walk in them. The Revisitations Show is open Tuesday to Sunday and admission is free.