Motion Sickness is an art collective based in Cambridge, UK, and Leipzig, Germany. The collective is made up of Denise Kehoe, Eleanor Breeze and Arabella Hilfiker. Motion Sickness have exhibited at the Archive and the Contested landscape exhibition as part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas and have had a solo show Motion Sickness at STOCK gallery Manchester. The latter was featured in World of Fad and the Double Negative. Together they run Motion Sickness Project Space, a contemporary arts space in Cambridge.
Launched in 2019, Motion Sickness Project Space is part of Motion Sickness’ vision of a more exciting art scene in Cambridge. As well as programming exhibitions featuring the work of both local and national emerging artists, the space hosts arts events such as performances, workshops and magazine launches.
Motion Sickness also run a series of networking events called Playdates. With a mission to form networks between contemporary artists and those interested in the arts, their series of Cambridge-based bi-monthly Playdates are a chance for artists to meet, collaborate and engage in conversation.
If you'd like to be involved in any of the above, you can follow us on Instagram or check out our Eventbrite for more information. We are also on Facebook and Twitter. Alternatively, join our mailing list and we'll keep you posted.