The Future of Public Transport
10 Nov 2018
We Own It conference, London
Roundtable Discussion on Transport Bill
Speaking on behalf of the Get Glasgow Moving campaign, Harrison makes the case for publicly-owned buses and for a properly regulated and integrated public transport network, at the Rural Economy & Connectivity Committee’s Roundtable Discussion on the Transport Bill at the Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh.
Should we bring back British Rail?
20 Sep 2018
Jeremy Vine, BBC Radio 2
Art & Energy
9 May 2018
Free Exchange, Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, Northamptonshire
Art, Activism & the Absurdities of Economic Growth
Harrison’s first TEDx talk gives an overview of her work in the decade that followed the global financial crisis of 2008. She examines the inherent contradiction between the continual and infinite ‘growth’ demanded by capitalism and the ‘sustainability’ necessary to prevent climate change, and explains how some serious analysis of her own lifestyle within our globalised economic system, led her to make some extreme decisions.
From Wild Cat Strikes to Collective Action: Building the University of the Future
4 May 2018
BSA Early Career Forum, Newcastle University
Stored Sculpture Inventory
20 Apr 2018
Sculpture Showroom, Glasgow International
The Elephant in the Room
As part of Panic! It’s an Arts Emergency Harrison was commissioned to make a new work using their research into inequality in the arts as a starting point. In April 2018, Harrison invited 50 participants from the Creative & Cultural Industries and beyond to take part in a Power & Privilege Workshop in London, to explore how these hidden forces in society affect all our lives.
Sinister Backdrop to the War of the Luvvies
3 Feb 2018
Scottish Daily Mail (p.16-17)
Data as Culture: Humour and absurdity stalk the internet
2 Feb 2018
24 Jan 2018
Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster Arts
23 Jan 2018
Open Data Institute, London