Hurriers: Poor on the Roll

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DOCUMENTATION AND LINKS FROM ‘HURRIERS: POOR ON THE ROLL’ EXHIBITIONS IN DECEMBER 2021:

APT Gallery:

Photographs from the exhibition:‘Hurriers: Poor on the Roll’

Five Years Gallery:

Photographs from the exhibition: ‘Hurriers: Poor on the Roll’

Please click to enlarge exhibition images. Copyright for all artworks featured on this page belongs to the artists: Anne Robinson, Kathleen Mulanniff, Charlotte Squire, Lou Barnell, Shaheeda Sinckler, Ana Benlloch, Additional documentation by Anne Robinson, Polly Murphy.

Video/sound Links:

Extract from ‘The Hurrier’ installation with recorded soundtrack at APT

Extract from ‘The Hurrier’ installation with recorded soundtrack at Five Years

‘Poor on the Roll’ short, single-screen ‘pilot’ as shown in Southwark Park Open, 2021:

Live score performed by Tansy Spinks, December 4th, 2021 at APT

Extract from ‘The Hurrier’ five screen virtual set up of installation with recorded soundtrack.

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The project as a whole is supported by: Middlesex University, Feminist Library, APT Gallery and Five Years Gallery.. and a huge thank you to all who supported the Crowdfunder for this work – very much appreciated. Thanks also to the amazing Working Class Creatives Database for the ‘instagram takeover’ in May – such great feedback and connections from that! and to Muttonfist Press, watch this space for workshop news.

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From December:

The Hurrier work is now very near completion as a five screen installation with sound and out of the processes of working together, we are having two shows and a conversation event in London in December, 2021.

What is happening: where and when:

Exhibition at APT Gallery:

6, Creekside, Deptford, London, SE8 4SA.

New works by: Anne Robinson, Charlotte Squire, Lou Barnell, Ana Benlloch, Kathleen Mullaniff, and Shaheeda Sinckler and performance by Tansy Spinks. The Feminist Library wil have a display of archive materials on class at the gallery during show.

2nd-5th December:  gallery open 12-6pm.

Saturday 4th Dec: Informal Hurrier artists in conversation from 1:30pm. Art workshop on class, labour, sexuality, afternoon, from 2pm-4pm, led by Alice O’Donnell and Chloe Carrter. Followed by Private View at 5:30pm – 7:30pm with performance by artist Tansy Spinks whose wonderful fiddle playing features in the Hurrier soundtrack.

Workshop postponed – will be with Muttonfist Press in 2022, dates tbc.

Conversation: at The Feminist Library, on class, art and bodies:this will now take place on ZOOM owing to new Covid 19 restrictions.

https://feministlibrary.co.uk

The conversation includes contributions from: Andrea Luka Zimmerman, Frances Hatherley, Sonya Dyer, Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski, Michelle Deignan, Polly Murphy and Alice O’Donnell, with more tbc, and a screening of Andrea’s film work: Art Class,  2021, and will be recorded for Lou Barnell’s ‘In Process podcast.

Exhibition at Five Years Gallery:

Unit 2B1, Boothby Rd, Archway, London N19 4AJ. http://www.fiveyears.org.uk

New works by: Anne Robinson, Charlotte Squire, Lou Barnell, Ana Bennloch, Kathleen Mullaniff, and Shaheeda Sinckler. The Feminist Library wil have a display of archive materials on class at the gallery during show.

Thursday 9th December: 6.00-8.30pm. Private View:

10th-18th December:  gallery open 12-6pm, Wednesday – Sunday

Sunday 12th Dec: Art workshop on class, labour, sexuality with Muttonfist Press, – postponed – new dates tbc.

Saturday 18th December: Gallery discussion, films and performance, evening, time tbc.

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