ECA News


Phenomenology within Design by James Trevers

Two alumni were selected in the Student Dissertation and Student Portfolio categories.

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Matt Giannotti has three projects in the Data-X exhibition
Image courtesy of Toomas Remmelg

Music PhD student, Matt Giannotti, talks to us about the first Data-X exhibition and symposium at ECA.

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Inspection - Maida Vale Project
Florian Hecker's site-specific work for BBC Maida Vale studios
Image courtesy of Florian Hecker

Florian Hecker’s 'Inspection - Maida Vale Project' responds to decades of musical experimentation in the BBC’s legendary studios.

The £234k grant has been awarded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

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"Scatter", 2015 (Brooch, enamel, oxidised silver)
Image by Michael Wolchover

Susan Cross’s work was inspired by Elizabethan blackwork embroidery from the 16th and early 17th centuries.

Lou McLoughlan first feature length film, ‘16 Years till Summer’ will be screened across Scotland this month. We talk to her about documentary making in Scotland.

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The Naked Craft team at the New Positions symposium
Image courtesy of Eva Cameron Coutts

Magdalena Cattan talks to the Naked Craft curatorial team about craft’s present and future.

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Amélie Proulx's 'Paysages sismographiques'
Shown as part of Naked Craft's Tooling Up theme
Image courtesy of Magdalena Cattan

Design student, Magdalena Cattan, reviews the Naked Craft Network’s exhibition of contemporary work from Scotland and Canada.

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Simulated propagation of acoustic waves in a large space computed on a set of four Nvidia Tesla K20 graphics processing units
Simulated propagation of acoustic waves in a large space computed on a set of four Nvidia Tesla K20 graphics processing units

The funding, worth €150,000, will go towards developing commercialisation in the area of architectural acoustics.


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Harry Whalley with the Gildas Quartet and Pete Furniss after performing one of his pieces

Harry has composed scores for film and computer games that have been featured at film festivals around the world.