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Robert Good ‘They Live. We Sleep’

Quip & Curiosity 71 Tenison Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

They Live. We Sleep is an exhibition of new work by Cambridge artist Robert Good, curated by Lizz Brady, that explores the impact of technology on our lives.

The catalyst for this exhibition was research visit by Good to Silicon Valley in 2022, funded by Arts Council England, to search for the home of the internet. A serendipitous encounter with an arts collective called The School of Visual Philosophy, where the emphasis was on craft and tradition through skills such as letterpress and metalworking, led Good to a reappraisal of our relationship to technology and a desire to deconstruct and contextualise it. The title and artwork reference the cult 1988 sci-fi classic They Live.

Film Screening: ‘They Live’ (offsite)

Ruskin Building Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), Cambridge, United Kingdom

As part of the current exhibition They Live. We Sleep,  there will be a special film screening of the cult 1988 sci fi classic They Live next Weds 29th May at 6.15pm. Note this will take place at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) around 15 minutes' walk from […]


Phil MFU: ‘Fictitious Music’ + Pete UM

Quip & Curiosity 71 Tenison Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Phil MFU 'Fictitious Music' Inspired by the retro cosmic sounds of 70s library and Karlheinz Stockhausen with the idiosyncrasies of slanted outsider rock. Phil MFU has played and recorded with Broadcast, Faust, Laetitia Sadier, and many others as well as being keyboardist for Vanishing Twin on […]