An evening of experimental film and video exploring the representation and illumination of volume and depth.
As the dark evenings drew in, Aid & Abet presented a multi-event exhibition with a focus on film, artist moving image and time-based artworks.
Seven commissions by ROAM Collective, created throughout 2012 in locations across East Anglia, devised as a series of chapters authored by each artist.
A residency exploring destructive performance and collisions within large sculptural fight chambers built in the main project space.
Ben Stewart, Craig Need, Erica Böhr, Georgie Grace, Kate Cocksedge, Lisa Wilkens, Patsy Rathbone, Rachael Barker, Robert Good, Solveig Settemsdal.
An exhibition by two of the founders of Aid & Abet, CJ Mahony and David Kefford, celebrating the first anniversary of the space.
Aid & Abet have worked on a number of projects and collaborations that have taken them out of Cambridge.
A multi-functional construction by Andrew T Cross: the Bibliotheque is Aid & Abet’s cafe, bar, library, resource area and exhibition space.
Aid & Abet invited 5 UK based artists to transform the former warehouse by creating new site-specific installations in response to the unique architecture.
Visual artists, collectives and musicians from across the UK were invited to enliven Aid & Abet’s space throughout the month of July 2011.
Space Exchange invited five artist run spaces and artist collectives to respond to the theme of exchange and the building of future collaborative relationships.