[NetBehaviour] The History of Financial Crises

dave miller dave.miller.uk at gmail.com
Fri Nov 5 12:00:35 CET 2010


Hi Ellie

This all sounds brilliant - your installation interests me a lot -
will you be doing it in London as well?

cheers, dave

On 5 November 2010 09:42, info <info at furtherfield.org> wrote:
> The History of Financial Crises
> Ellie Harrison
>
> 7th - 28th November 2010
>
> For this solo show in Market Gallery's new space I'm exhibiting two
> installations including The History of Financial Crises, in which the
> turbulent history of capitalism over the last century is re-enacted each day
> by a row of popcorn making machines.
>
> OPENING: Saturday 6th November, 19:00 - 21:00
> ARTIST'S TALK: Saturday 6th November, 19:30
> OPEN: Thursday - Sunday, 11:00 - 17:00
>
> Market Gallery
> 334 Duke Street
> Glasgow
> G31 1QZ
>
> http://www.ellieharrison.com/index.php?pagecolor=3&pageId=project-fireworksdisplay
> http://www.vimeo.com/15801981
>
>
> Art and the Economy
> Forum Event
>
> Saturday 6th November 2010
>
> This FREE day-long event marks Market Gallery's 10th anniversary and aims to
> explore the relationship between art and the economy. It features
> presentations and discussion from Francis McKee, Mark Fisher, Mark Robinson,
> Peter McCaughey and Ellie Harrison.
>
> 2nd Floor
> Barras Bargains
> London Road / Bain Street
> Glasgow
> G40 2ST
>
> www.marketgallery.org.uk
> RSVP to: market at marketgallery.org.uk
>
>
> Fireworks Display
>
> Ellie Harrison's
> Fireworks Display!
>
> Just in time for Guy Fawkes Night this Friday 5th November, I've finally got
> round to uploading a video clip of the Fireworks Display performance I
> staged earlier in the year at the Glue Factory, Glasgow.
>
> As the sister work to The History of Financial Crises, this performance
> spectacle is a one-woman attempt to re-enact a chronology of 'the history of
> revolution' over the course of the last 360 years via the medium of
> pyrotechnics.
>
> More information
> http://www.ellieharrison.com/index.php?pagecolor=3&pageId=project-fireworksdisplay
> Video documentation
> http://www.vimeo.com/15801981
>
>
> Digital Media Labs
>
> Stuart Childs, Ross Dalziel, Michael Day, Ellie Harrison, Bob Levene,
> Victoria Lucas, Lawrence Molloy, John O’Shea, David Priestman and Eleanor
> Weir.
>
> A group exhibition of touch screen artworks and experiments created during
> the Digital Media Labs residency at Hull School of Art & Design from 24th -
> 30th October 2010, including my piece Scratch Cards and How clean is your
> mouse? made in collaboration with Bob Levene.
>
> OPENING: Thursday 4th November, 16:00 - 19:00
> OPEN: Friday 5th November, 11:00 - 17:00
>
> Eleven
> 11 Humber Street
> Hull
> HU1 1TG
>
> www.digitalmedialabs.org
>
>
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