exhibition at Danielle
Arnaud contemporary art was again
dramatically different from the two
previous shows. The gallery comprises
of four rooms within a central London Georgian house. This meant that
some of the existing commissioned pieces were scaled down or radically
transformed to fit the new domestic setting – both Abigail
Ellie Harrison created new works for
the London show.
Day-to-Day Data developed yet further
as new projects by Cleo Broda and
Richard Dedomenici were previewed
alongside the other works.
Arnaud contemporary art, 123 Kennington Rd, London, SE11 6SF
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7735 8292
Exhibition Dates: Saturday 11 March – Sunday 23 April
Open: Friday – Sunday, 2 – 6pm (other times by
exhibition images >
by Ellie Harrison
and Abigail Reynolds)
Danielle Arnaud contemporary art (hallway)
Data Symposium at the ICA
Saturday 18 March, 4 – 6pm at Institute
of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH
The Day-to-Day Data symposium offers a unique insight into the project
through the eyes of five of the artists involved. It features presentations
and debate by Abigail Reynolds, Adele
Prince, Ellie Harrison, Richard
Dedomenici and Tony Kemplen. Many more
of the Day-to-Day Data artists will also be present and discussions
will continue into the evening in the ICA bar. £5, £4 ICA Members.
More information >
22 April, 1– 3pm at Danielle
Arnaud contemporary art
Join Abigail Reynolds,
Frosi and Cleo
Broda in the gallery for talks and discussion about the ideas behind their
work in the exhibition. Booking is essential.
Friday 10 March, 6 – 9pm
This will be the official launch of the Gallery
Exhibition at Danielle Arnaud contemporary art. During the event Richard
Dedomenici will be around challenging guests to a game of Nail Salon
Belt Play Your Cards Right and Sam Curtis
will continue IDUK, his quest to single-handedly count all the people
in the UK – so come along and be counted!
Bio Mapping at Danielle Arnaud contemporary art
Friday 10 March, 2 – 5pm and ongoing throughout the exhibition
The Bio Mapping device allows you to measure your levels of stress
and excitement as you walk through the city. Devices will be available to borrow
from the gallery on a drop-in basis throughout the exhibition. On Friday 10
March, Christian Nold creator
of Bio Mapping will be at the gallery to introduce visitors to the
project. A deposit will be required.
Trolley Spotting at Tesco Superstore
Ongoing throughout the exhibition at Tesco, Kennington Vauxhall Superstore,
227 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 5QU
As part of Adele Prince’s web-based
project Trolley Spotting, the entire fleet of trolleys at the local
Tesco Superstore will be tagged. Drop by and see if you can spot a turquoise
trolley tag anytime for the duration of the exhibition. 10 minutes walk from
Danielle Arnaud contemporary art.
Physical Bar Charts at Durning Library
Ongoing throughout the exhibition at Durning Library, 167 Kennington Lane, London,
Lucy Kimbell’s Untitled (physical
bar charts) will be sited in the reception area of this busy library for
the duration of the exhibition. Respond to the question ‘What did you
do last week?’ by taking one of the five brightly coloured button badges
whose slogan best sums up how you spent your time. 10 minutes walk from Danielle
Arnaud contemporary art.
Collaboration with NODE.London
The Day-to-Day Data exhibition and programme of events form part of
NODE.London – a month
long season of media arts projects taking place across London in March 2006.