Documentation and Links from ‘Hurriers: Poor on the Roll’ exhibitions and associated events in December, 2021:
Photographs from the exhibition:‘Hurriers: Poor on the Roll’ – five screen installation with sound by Anne Robinson and works by collaborating artists in the project.
Five Years Gallery:
Photographs from the exhibition: ‘Hurriers: Poor on the Roll’ : – five screen installation with sound by Anne Robinson and works by collaborating artists in the project.
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.
See also ‘Conversations‘ page on this site for news and links about ‘In Process’ special podcast on ‘The Hurrier’ and art. class and bodies.
Broadside Ballad print draft – ‘Hurrier’ ballad by Anne Robinson, with exhibition text by Frances Hatherley, publ. APT, 2021. Broadside Ballads were single sheet prints with song lyrics and often woodcuts, used to share ballads which has often been written to tell stories and spread news, between the 16th and 19th centuries. This fascinating form from ‘The Hurrier’, combining song and print continues in later practice 2022-23.
Extract from ‘The Hurrier’ five screen virtual set up of installation with recorded soundtrack.
‘Poor on the Roll’ a short, single-screen ‘pilot’ as shown in Southwark Park Open, 2021
Documentation of ‘The Hurrier’ installation with recorded soundtrack at APT. Click HERE
Documentation of ‘The Hurrier’ installation with recorded soundtrack at Five Years. Click HERE
Fill length virtual five screen set up for ‘The Hurrier’ installation with recorded soundtrack. Click HERE
The Hurrier with Live Score performed by Tansy Spinks, December 4th, 2021 at APT. Click HERE
(Original ‘Hurrier’ song by Anne Robinson)
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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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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.
Print workshop, Muttonfist – postponed to 2022.
Conversation: at The Feminist Library, on class, art and bodies:this will now take place on ZOOM owing to new Covid 19 restrictions.
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.