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New art exhibition in Cambridge focuses on the 'Me, me, me generation'




Exploring the ‘Me me me generation’, the first exhibition at the Motion Sickness Project Space has been launched in collaboration with Lion Yard shopping centre in Cambridge.

The artists who have created the Motion Sickness Project Space, Unit 15 Petty Cury, Cambridge, Ellie Breeze, Arabella Hilfiker and Denise Kehole. Picture: Keith Heppell. (15883816)
The artists who have created the Motion Sickness Project Space, Unit 15 Petty Cury, Cambridge, Ellie Breeze, Arabella Hilfiker and Denise Kehole. Picture: Keith Heppell. (15883816)

The artist-led gallery space off Petty Cury is hosting a series of exhibitions celebrating emerging artists, and is led by local art collective Motion Sickness.

From left: Ellie Breeze and Arabella Hilfiker with crouching Denise Kehole and a rather strange leggy piece of artwork. Picture: Keith Heppell. (15883874)
From left: Ellie Breeze and Arabella Hilfiker with crouching Denise Kehole and a rather strange leggy piece of artwork. Picture: Keith Heppell. (15883874)

The first display, Motion Sickness & Friends, runs until September 2.

A head start...artist Ellie Breeze. Picture: Keith Heppell
A head start...artist Ellie Breeze. Picture: Keith Heppell

There’s a nod to 90s pop culture nostalgia and, among other subjects, it promises to examines the conscience of our capitalist and materialistic behaviours.

Artist Denise Kehole. Picture: Keith Heppell. (15883956)
Artist Denise Kehole. Picture: Keith Heppell. (15883956)


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