This is an old email from the Newsletter Archive of British artist Ellie Harrison first sent on 15 July 2015. Subscribe at: tinyletter.com/ellieharrison

This Is What Democracy Looks Like! (image: Eric Staller)


London friends!

If you fancy a free ride on a seven-seater bike in the presence of some very 'special guests', then please come to This Is What Democracy Looks Like! - my event in the Olympic Park this Thursday - Saturday, 1-6pm. Read on for all the details. It would be lovely to see you there!

Best wishes,

Ellie





This Is What Democracy Looks Like! (image: Eric Staller)

This Is What Democracy Looks Like!

A new project by Ellie Harrison presented by The Yard as part of the Walkie Talkies festival curated by Beckie Darlington for the Local Programme in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

This Is What Democracy Looks Like! gives you the opportunity to meet & greet your newly elected politicians at a roving roundtable discussion upon a bicycle built for seven. Hop on, decide on your direction and then travel together through the Olympic Park whilst discussing the issues that matter to you with the people in power.

Discussions hosted by:

Thursday 16 July
1pm - 2pm
Cllr Whitney Ihenachor
2pm - 3pm
Cllr Whitney Ihenachor
3pm - 4pm
Cllr Nick Sharman
4pm - 5pm
Cllr Guy Nicholson
5pm - 6pm
Cllr Richard Crawford
Friday 17 July
1pm - 2pm
Jim Fitzpatrick MP
2pm - 3pm
Meg Hillier MP
3pm - 4pm
Cllr Jessica Webb
4pm - 5pm
Cllr Christopher Kennedy
5pm - 6pm
Cllr Peter Golds
Saturday 18 July
1pm - 2pm
Stephen Timms MP
2pm - 3pm
Darren Johnson AM
3pm - 4pm
Cllr Rachel Blake
4pm - 5pm
Jennette Arnold AM
5pm - 6pm
Cllr Terry Paul

Meet on the hour outside:

Copper Box Arena
Copper Street
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
London
E20 3HB

Download the full programme here >

Featured in:

Time Oout London - "Have it out with your local MP… on a seven-person bike"
The Guardian - "top ticket" for Thursday 16th July

Image courtesy of Eric Staller - inventor of the Conference Bike