Artist Lucy Harrison has been exploring work, industry and daily routine through her project The Works in Cambridge CB1.
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Aid & Abet produce ambitious projects that incorporate live events, performance, sculpture, drawing, moving image and workshops working mainly in the public realm. Aid & Abet is interested in socially engaged practice that enables groups to work together and explore everyday life through creative activity.
Our projects make visible the artistic process and engage audiences in the ideas that fuel creative and cultural experimentation and exploration. At the centre of our projects are relationships and we invite other artists and contributors to work collectively to realise ideas.
Aid & Abet have expertise in temporary and site-specific work and create unique experiences for audiences through artistic encounters in non gallery spaces.
elan studio space – CB1 Mill Park, Cambridge
CB1 Public Art Programme, community engagement