Day-to-Day Data
Six newly commissioned works by Abigail Reynolds, Christian Nold,
Ellie Harrison, Hannah Brown, Helen Frosi and Lucy Kimbell featured at the exhibition launch at Angel Row Gallery.

Alongside these works, four computer terminals displayed the four new projects from the Web-based Exhibition. Adele Prince’s Trolley Spotting was accompanied by an example of a tagged trolley and Jem Finer’s On Earth as in Heaven was shown with the actual Reader’s Digest Atlas in which he first mapped his earthly constellations.

Angel Row Gallery, 3 Angel Row, Nottingham, NG1 6HP
Telephone: +44 (0) 115 915 2869

Exhibition Dates: Wednesday 20 July – Wednesday 7 September 2005
Open: Monday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm, Wednesday, 10am – 7pm

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(photography by Julian Hughes and Abigail Reynolds)
Ellie Harrison – Daily Data Display Wall and Hannah Brown – DEBASC
Ellie Harrison – Daily Data Display Wall and Hannah Brown – DEBASC
Launch Event

Wednesday 20 July 2005, 6 – 8pm

This event was the official launch of the Gallery Exhibition and the Publication and Web-based Exhibition. It also marked the beginning of Sam Curtis’ quest to single-handedly count all the people in the UK for his ongoing performance IDUK. Visitors were presented with their own official numbered badge after being counted.
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Day-to-Day Data Seminar

Thursday 21 July 2005, 10 – 5pm

The morning seminar session was held at the Mixed Reality Laboratory (MRL) at the University of Nottingham where Christian Nold gave a presentation about Bio Mapping to MRL staff, students and people involved in the Day-to-Day Data project. In the afternoon everyone reconvened at Angel Row Gallery for a series of informal presentations by other artists and writers involved in Day-to-Day Data. Half-hour presentations were given by Abigail Reynolds, Kris Cohen, Adele Prince and Tony Kemplen.
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Bio Mapping

Ongoing throughout the exhibition

Three of Christian Nold’s Bio Mapping devices were available for Angel Row Gallery visitors to borrow for the duration of the Day-to-Day Data exhibition. Once kitted out with the device, visitors went for a 40-minute walk around the city centre. On returning, gallery assistants used Christian’s software to transform the data collected into personal Bio Maps, which were then displayed on the gallery show reel.

Trolley Spotting at Marks & Spencer

Ongoing throughout the exhibition at Marks & Spencer, 22-26 Listergate, Nottingham, NG1 7DB

As part of Adele Prince’s Trolley Spotting project for the Web-based Exhibition, special turquoise tags were placed onto the entire fleet of trolleys at this city centre branch of Marks & Spencer. Shop visitors were encouraged to contact Adele via the website to report their siting.
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