Over the course of two weekends in May 2016, Cambridge-based performance group Freudian Slips presented "Turn Around When Possible And..." comprising: personal recollections, a variety of artwork, music, the spoken and written word, and journeys, all of which uncover universal themes running through our lives.

Excerpts from the exhibition:

 Dark Side of the Hedge, by Claire Morris-Wright.

Dark Side of the Hedge, by Claire Morris-Wright.

 Green Man by Marianne Lister O'Shea

Green Man by Marianne Lister O'Shea

 Cycle "Roots": embroidery of Cambridge by Tamsin Wimhurst

Cycle "Roots": embroidery of Cambridge by Tamsin Wimhurst

 Extract from Situgraphical Chadar / Dubatta for the Urs of Rahmat Ali Chaudhry by Asim Khairdean

Extract from Situgraphical Chadar / Dubatta for the Urs of Rahmat Ali Chaudhry by Asim Khairdean

 Friendship Fairway

Friendship Fairway

 Bag

Bag

 River of Life by Caroline Ash (foreground)

River of Life by Caroline Ash (foreground)

 Freudian Slips performance space: "Turn Around When Possible And ..."

Freudian Slips performance space: "Turn Around When Possible And ..."

 Little Red Riding Hood, by Marianne Lister O'Shea

Little Red Riding Hood, by Marianne Lister O'Shea

More images and videos from the exhibition on Cambridge Museum of Technology's social-media channels:

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