Motion Sickness Project Space is a gallery set in an empty retail unit at the Lion Yard Shopping Centre in Cambridge. Since its launch in 2019, the artist-led space has exhibited emerging artists from all over the UK, particularly supporting those from groups currently marginalised in the art world.
The project space was launched by art collective Motion Sickness. The collective is made up of three Cambridge School of Art graduates Denise Kehoe, Eleanor Breeze and Arabella Hilfiker, and they initially started working together in 2018 as a way to revive the infertile Cambridge art scene whilst explore and satirising society's view of millennial-hood. Before launching the project space, they ran a series of themed networking events for local artists called Playdates.
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