This is Version 4.0 of ellieharrison.com designed and built by Neil Scott in collaboration with Harrison. The website was finally launched in October 2015, after nearly three years of development alongside hectic work schedules. The project was put on hold whilst the pair built three other more pressing websites together: for the political campaigns Bring Back British Rail and Power For The People, and for her life-long project Early Warning Signs. In 2016, Harrison has also worked with Scott to re-develop The Artists’ Bond website.
In summer 2015, in preparation for the immanent launch of Version 4.0, Harrison created this Website Archive to preserve the three previous key versions of her website, where details of her oldest projects can be found:
Designed by Stuart Fowler in collaboration with Harrison in summer 2008 as an extensive online archive of all her previous work: both internet and gallery based projects, as well as a thorough press archive dating back to 2002. The launch of this website marked a significant shift in her practice, as she embarked on the Master of Fine Art programme at Glasgow School of Art. It was updated regularly with details of all her new work over the next seven years.
Designed by Harrison in June 2003 at the end of her time studying on the Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art course at Goldsmiths College in London. This website was updated regularly for the next five years in which she undertook most of her well-known data collecting projects, including: the Daily Quantification Records, Sneezes 2003, Swear Box 2005, the Daily Data Display Wall and the Daily Data Display Room.
Designed by Harrison through a series of incremental modifications between 2001 – 2002, as her online portfolio as a new Fine Art graduate. This website links to the original Eat 22 website, which was updated on a weekly basis for the duration of the Eat 22 project (11 March 2001 – 11 March 2002) and superseded by the new Eat 22 website in June 2007.
Designed by Harrison in February 2000, whilst studying on the BA (Hons) Fine Art course at Nottingham Trent University, this micro website was one of the outcomes of the ‘Digital Futures’ elective led by Iain Simons.