Venue detail


Aid and Abet

Station Road
Cambridge CB1 2JW United Kingdom
www.aidandabet.co.uk


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Current and forthcoming events

0 Events listed


Past events

20 Events listed


08.03.14 - 08.03.14Event ended on March 8, 2014

monomania

 

Department of the Interior
25.10.13 - 16.11.13Exhibition ended on November 16, 2013

Zero Is Immense

 

Untitled (Table) Alice Walton
06.09.13 - 12.10.13Exhibition ended on October 12, 2013

An Unnatural Theatre

 

Remote Objects / Darren Banks
19.07.13 - 17.08.13Exhibition ended on August 17, 2013

Like a Monkey with a Miniature Cymbal

 

07.06.13 - 06.07.13Exhibition ended on July 6, 2013

easy does it

 

02.05.13 - 25.05.13Exhibition ended on May 25, 2013

Landmark Seizures

 

15.03.13 - 13.04.13Exhibition ended on April 13, 2013

WE OBJECT!

 

Empty Space / Kevin Hunt
12.01.13 - 24.02.13Exhibition ended on February 24, 2013

Temporary Residence

 

Kerstin Drechsel
11.10.12 - 10.11.12Exhibition ended on November 10, 2012

Day In, Day Out

 

Sean Vicary, Lament, film still
26.10.12 - 10.11.12Exhibition ended on November 10, 2012

Dark Hours / Fixed Space

 

Still from Tower
20.10.12 - 20.10.12Event ended on October 20, 2012

Tower – a composition for improvising musicians and architecture

 

Tim Thumb courtesy of artist hayley Lock
21.09.12 - 06.10.12Exhibition ended on October 6, 2012

Roaming

 

06.09.12 - 06.10.12Exhibition ended on October 6, 2012

Supercomputer and FOIST

 

Installation View
19.04.12 - 05.05.12Exhibition ended on May 5, 2012

Repair

 

Bibliotheque (detail)
31.03.12 - 31.03.12Event ended on March 31, 2012

Aid & Abet Bibliotheque

 

Robin  2011  Alex Pearl
01.07.11 - 30.07.11Exhibition ended on July 30, 2011

Art As A Full Time Hobby

 

30.07.11 - 30.07.11Event ended on July 30, 2011

Special Closing Saturday

 

15.07.11 - 15.07.11Event ended on July 15, 2011

One Minute Volume 5

 

09.07.11 - 09.07.11Performance ended on July 9, 2011

Birdboy

 

09.07.11 - 09.07.11Talk ended on July 9, 2011

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