Alix Rothnie, intern as part of Modern & Contemporary Art: History, Curating & Criticism MSc at the University of Edinburgh, reflects on the the opening of the exhibition she has been working on at GoMA.
On 6 March, I attended the Dark Days Film Screening & Artist’s Talk, and the first thing I noticed when I walked into Gallery 2 at the GoMA were the lack of… Read more Dark Days Film Screening & Artist’s Talk #guestpost →
After dinner it was time to make a consensus as a whole group on how to spend the evening together. Everyone brainstormed and ideas such as make something, music and dancing, write a manifesto, discuss the “Dark Days” topic, quiz night, games, no set plan, make a “tower of awesome” i.e. a chair tower, etc. were considered. Not the most conventional choices. Then you went to the group that you wanted to be involved in. I went to the ‘make something’ group. In our groups we brainstormed and it was… Read more Ellie Harrison’s Unexpected Dark Days – Part II #guestblog →
Exactly a month ago today, the final arrangements were underway for the Dark Days event. One hundred CAMP MANUALS ( camp-manualFINAL-print ) were printed, stapled and folded, GoMA’s gallery one space was being… Read more Ellie Harrison’s Unexpected ‘Dark Days’ – Part I #guestblog →
I was particularly interested in Ellie Harrison’s Dark Days project when applying for the placement position* at GoMA because of the intersecting of art, society and science within Harrison’s work. Dark… Read more Dark Days, Ellie Harrison, 13 February 2015 #guestpost →