Darren Banks: 'Like a Monkey With a Miniature Cymbal' Aid & Abet, Cambridge, UK
Image: Darren Banks Remote Objects, 2013 Looped Video (DB0081) Courtesy of the artists and Workplace Gallery, UK
Like a Monkey with a Miniature Cymbal
Preview: Thursday 18th July 2013 7 - 9pm
Open: 19 July - 17 August 2013
Thursday - Saturday 12-7pm
Zanne Andrea | Darren Banks | Nicholas Carrick | Rhys Coren | Martyn Cross Gordon Dalton | Lloyd Durling | Tracey Eastham | Thomas Goddard | Anton Goldenstein | S Mark Gubb | Pat Flynn | Neal Jones | Brendan Lancaster | Marion Piper | Yelena Popova | Laura Reeves | Anthony Shapland | Ian Watson
Aid & Abet are pleased to present Like a Monkey with a Miniature Cymbal, a large group exhibition of UK based artists curated by Mermaid & Monster. Like a Monkey with a Miniature Cymbal is an exhibition about obsessions, repetition, perseverance and the drive needed to carry on, as an artist, or in any way of life. This can be found in the subject matter and methods used, as well as in knowing (or sometimes not knowing) what you are doing, or where you are going. What is the intense belief or energy needed to make you get out of bed each day, often to little attention or small reward? Could it be that despite all of life's trials and tribulations, it could be, whisper it, 'fun' that you actually enjoy it, like a monkey with a miniature cymbal.
Aid & Abet, Station Road, Cambridge, CB1 2TZ
Aid & Abet is situated close to Cambridge Railway Station, next to Cambridge Station Cycles. It is best to visit on foot or via public transport, but if you are driving there is pay and display parking in the station car park.
Workplace Gallery is a contemporary art gallery run by artists.
Based in Gateshead UK, Workplace Gallery represents a portfolio of emerging and established artists through the gallery programme, curatorial projects and international art fairs.