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MON£Y M£AL Round 2
Emily Furneaux
with Above & Alone
Other Outdoor | Cash Machine
Fri: 3pm
Venue *: Secret Location

Participatory / Community Engaged Art, Performance, Culinary

A small group are invited to participate in a performative dining experience next to a cash machine close to Glasgow's city centre: eating food that looks like money and talking about our relationships with cash. It follows on from it's previous iteration for Glasgow Open House in 2015 - with artists Emily Furneaux (formerly Shepherd) and Ellie Harrison. It is rooted in creating a more transparent dialogue, with each other, around our relationships to money. It draws its inspiration from 'Death Cafe' - a movement in which food and conversation, around our feelings towards death, are shared.

Emily Furneaux (formerly Shepherd) works amongst performance, writing, journeying, installation and culinary experiences. She trains in running and synaesthetic practices. Later this year, at the CCA, Glasgow, Emily will performatively launch a new collection of stories: 20 tales of love & sorrow - in homage to her twenty-year love affair with the cigarette. Contrary to her smoking habit - she is an ultra-marathon runner and has set up 'Artists vs Athletes' - a collaborative research project asking: what are the potential social, economic and cultural benefits of cross-pollinating art and sport?


To book, or for any questions, email Emily at


Please note: This is a collaborative performance - the success of MON£Y M£AL relies on the attendance of those participating. Please only book if you are 100% sure you are able, and committed to, attending at the time and date specified. The unfolding of the event is a little unpredictable - participants must be open to, and comfortable with, the unknown. Exact location details will be sent to participants two days before the event.


The artist states:

Participants will be asked if they have specific access needs after signing up. Emily Furneaux & Above and Alone will try their utmost to ensure these are met.

  • Information or printed text will be accessible (ie large form print readily available or on request etc.)

  • There is accessible public transport nearby

  • There are disabled toilet facilities nearby

  • The venue is wheelchair accessible

*The above information has been provided by the artist and is subject to change due to covid and other factors. Please get in touch with the artist directly if you require more details.*

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