a one-day international festival exploring individualism, obsession and fixation through experimental art, music and performance
Nick Steur | Sean Dower | Richard Dawson | Heatsick | Lee Patterson | Mr.Underwood Sonic Graffiti | Sarah Angliss | Tim Spooner | Land Observations | C Joynes | John Boursnell | Jack James | Alex Pearl | Ian Helliwell | Holly Rumble | Chloe Leaper | Pete UM
Aid & Abet and Cambridge Junction Tickets £15
Join us on Saturday 8th March between 12 noon – 12 midnight to celebrate the last event in our current warehouse space.
Monomania, curated by bad timing, presents a selection of the best underground, electronic and experimental art and music happening today featuring twelve hours of live art, sound art, music, film and installation.
Monomania aims to challenge the way we make and experience art and sound, including international artists and performers using everyday objects, obsolete technology and inventive, self-sufficient and DIY approaches. These solo artists explore compulsions, rituals, isolation and personal obsession.
Alongside the programme of live art, music and performance there will be workshops, screenings and stalls.
full listings and festival details at the monomania festival website
monomania is a new project by bad timing, Cambridge’s longest-running independent organisers of live experimental, electronic and underground music/sound/art events. Over 12 years bad timing has featured over 100 solo performers from across the world. In association with Aid & Abet and Cambridge Junction, with support from Escalator Performing Arts.