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Ellie Harrison - January 2007

Film made to be shown on an upturned mini TV as part of a site-specific installation at the OEen Group gallery in Copenhagen. The exhibition took place inside a container on the second floor of a building site.

The film features a Danish builder character, who invites the audience to vote on whether or not they think the artwork (a scale model of the gallery) is any good. Their decision helps to determine whether it is saved or destroyed.

Danish version made by learning the script phonetically.

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Ellie Harrison - January 2007

Film showing a photographic mock-up documenting a site-specific installation at the OEen Group gallery in Copenhagen. The exhibition took place inside a container on the second floor of a building site.

The film features a Danish builder character, who invites the audience to vote on whether or not they think the artwork (a scale model of the gallery) is any good. Their decision helps to determine whether it is saved or destroyed.

English translation of the original Danish version.

For more information please visit:

http://www.ellieharrison.com/index.php?pagecolor=3&pageId=project-selfdestruction

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Ellie Harrison - March 2006

Film showing a photographic mock-up documenting the installation of the Daily Data Display Room at Danielle Arnaud contemporary art in 2006.

The appearance of the Daily Data Display Room changed every day of the exhibition according to data collected about my life the previous day and emailed to the gallery each morning. The Daily Data Logger character appeared on the TV screens to explain to the audience which aspects of the data each of the different 10 objects represented.

Edit of 10 minute film.

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http://www.ellieharrison.com/index.php?pagecolor=3&pageId=project-displayroom

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Ellie Harrison - July 2005

Film made to be exhibited as part of The Daily Data Log Sheet Resource Centre, which was installed alongside the Daily Data Display Wall at Angel Row Gallery in Nottingham and Aspex Gallery in Portsmouth in 2005.

The film features the Daily Data Logger character, who explains the process of collecting data onto Daily Data Log Sheets (DDLSs). The DDLSs were used each day for the duration of the exhibition to collect data about 20 different aspects of my life. The film was screened on a monitor alongside a file containing all the completed DDLSs.

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Ellie Harrison - July 2005

Film showing a photographic mock-up documenting the installation of the Daily Data Display Wall at Angel Row Gallery in Nottingham in 2005.

The appearance of the Daily Data Display Wall changed every day of the exhibition according to data collected about my life the previous day and emailed to the gallery each morning. The Daily Data Logger character appeared on the monitor in the centre of the installation to explain to the audience which aspects of the data each of the 20 different objects represented.

Edit of 14 minute film.

For more information please visit:

http://www.ellieharrison.com/index.php?pagecolor=3&pageId=project-displaywall

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Ellie Harrison - June 2003

Film made to be shown alongside the installation of The Monthly Sculptures Determined by the Daily Quantification Records (DQRs) on a looped show reel with the film of Some Observations on the Daily Quantification Records Project.

The film features a scientist character recounting some of the anecdotes and observations occurring during the DQR project.

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Ellie Harrison - June 2003

Film documenting the installation of the Monthly Sculptures Determined by the Daily Quantification Records (DQRs) at the Goldsmiths College Postgraduate Degree Show in 2003.

The DQRs were used each day throughout 2003 to collect data about 14 aspects of my life. This was then processed to determine the specifications for Monthly Sculptures. The positioning of the sculptures within the space and the speed at which they rotated was also dependant on elements of the data.

The soundtrack is an edited section from the film Some Observations on the Daily Quantification Records Project, which was playing in the space at the time.

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Ellie Harrison - June 2003

Film made to be shown alongside the installation of The Monthly Sculptures Determined by the Daily Quantification Records (DQRs) on a looped show reel with the film of The Guidelines for Maintaining the Daily Quantification Records.

The film features a scientist character explaining the process of collecting data on the DQRs, which were used each day throughout 2003 to collect data about 14 aspects of my life. This was then processed to determine the specifications for Monthly Sculptures.

For more information please visit:

http://www.ellieharrison.com/index.php?pagecolor=3&pageId=project-monthlysculptures

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Ellie Harrison - September 2004

Film documenting the installation of Sneezes 2003 at the Wallner Gallery, Lakeside Arts Centre in Nottingham in 2004.

Throughout 2003 I recorded the exact time and date of every sneeze that I did. This installation documents these 318 sneezes by using the gallery walls as a giant two-way timeline, with mini colour-coded prints representing the individual sneezes positioned on it to indicate when they occurred.

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Ellie Harrison - September 2002

Film documenting a presentation about two Mac computer programmes made during the LabCulture digital arts residency programme at Watershed in Bristol in 2002.

The programmes both mimic common typing tests. Rather than tell you your speed or accuracy they inform you of the equivalent number of TicTacs or peanuts you have just burnt off through typing.

For more information please visit:

http://www.ellieharrison.com/index.php?pagecolor=3&pageId=project-tictactyping