5 Apr 2006
Time Out London (p.38)
Day-to-Day Data Symposium
18 Mar 2006
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
Daily Data Display Room
For the duration of the Day-to-Day Data exhibition at Danielle Arnaud contemporary art in London, Ellie collected information about 10 elements of her everyday routine. Each morning the results from the previous day were emailed to the gallery and used to reconfigure and adjust the 10 different objects comprising the installation. Over the course of the exhibition, the display aimed to test and visualise an experiment as to whether there was a correlation between different elements of this information.
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Logger
1 Feb 2006
For three years from 1 January 2006 – 31 December 2008, Harrison recorded what she was thinking about every time she had a cup of tea (or a different type of hot drink). During this period, whilst archiving a total of 1,650 thoughts in the Tea Blog, Harrison began to learn the perils of instantaneous ego-broadcasting and so made the decision to ‘quit’ data collecting.
1 Jan 2006
a-n Magazine (p.25)