Motion Sickness Collective was founded in 2018 by three Cambridge School of Art graduates Denise Kehoe, Eleanor Breeze and Arabella Hilfiker, as a way to revive the infertile Cambridge art scene whilst explore and satirising society's view of millennial-hood. Since their inception two years ago, the collective have curated shows including Motion Sickness & Friends, and The Cambridge Wide Open.
In 2019 Motion Sickness Collective opened the Motion Sickness Project Space, a gallery come workshop creative hub which acts as a centre for working class artistic activity in Cambridge city centre. The collective now curate exhibitions and run themed Playdates at their Project Space within the Lion Yard Cambridge.
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If you have ever visited one of our exhibitions, partaken in an event with us or are simply interested in what we do, please consider donating to the Motion Sickness Collective. With your donations, we as a collective can continue to curate exhibitions, organise events and promote the creativity of todays working class artists.