Clyde Reflections (2014), an audio-video installation by the collaborative art/science team artist Stephen Hurrel and social ecologist Ruth Brennan, was selected by the curatorial team as beautiful and thought provoking work to continue the Moving Image Season programme in the main gallery at GoMA.
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 →