Art

Night Watch at Cambridge Junction, June 14th-15th 2014

preview // Night Watch Festival

A 24-hour marathon of new and original work, delivered by some of the UK's most innovative performers.

review // Gustav Metzger ‘Lift Off’ at Kettle’s Yard

"The exhibition centres around work made under Metzger’s Auto-Creative Art Manifesto, rather than the more famous destructive one, made between the late 50’s and early 70’s which is ‘an art of change, growth, movement"

review // Ian Rawlinson ‘Vessel’

Memory, archeology and alchemy... Artist Ian Rawlinson excavates Cambridge through a series of new paintings, exhibited at Williams Art.

Gustav Metzger: Lift Off! comes to Cambridge

"When I was young I wanted art that would lift off – that would levitate, gyrate, bring together different – perhaps contradictory aspects of my being"

watch // Monomania Highlights 2014

Catch all that you missed at Cambridge's first, last, and potentially weirdest art festival Monomania. Shot by up-and-coming film company Brother Bear.

in conversation // Robert Allison

"I wanted something that would communicate an immediacy of sensation but that might also provide some distance"

live review // Monomania

"The festival is a refreshing change to Cambridge’s music calendar, an exercise in non-commercialism and challenging art", Slate spends the day at Monomania...

watch // e-Luminate 2014 Highlights

Video highlights of Cambridge's e-Luminate Festival captured and edited to perfection by local film company Brother Bear.

preview // monomania

Lose yourself at monomania, Cambridge's newfound festival exploring individualism and obsession via art, music and performance.

in conversation // Susie Olczak

"I'm talking really pretentiously now, aren't I? Crap. At least I haven't used the word 'juxtaposition' yet..." Slate catch up with the artist behind King's College's multi-coloured facelift.

in conversation // e-Luminate Festival

"Cambridge has other festivals, is a City with immense respect for creativity AND technology and we hope to make folk think about “light” and “energy” in a more inspired way"

watch // Ypsmael ‘Rhombus’

Experimental sound artist unveils new video of live track, recorded in Cambridge. Visuals taken from horror-film-manipulator Naomi Jones-Morris' recent installation.

preview // David Brown ‘Metamorphosis’

Cambridge artist David Brown's upcoming exhibit 'Metamorphosis' may not have much to do with Kafka, but it offers much by the way of expansive, abstract patterns and bridges the gaps between architecture, art and mathematics.

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