A programme of events for anyone who’s ever stifled a snort in a gallery, Low Entertainment prods the often awkward relationship between contemporary art and hilarity through the work of established and emerging artists willing to take unserious art seriously.

Via airhorn organs, Derek Akora impersonations and corporate meditation spaces, Low Entertainment explains why there’s a place for funny stuff in art. Because like all the best jokes, it’ll be better after a bit of explaining.

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