Researching with materials, tools, technologies, materialist theories and methods.

Working with other artists, researchers and specialists as well as industry practitioners, archives, creative organisations and the wider public Gordon Munro and Ewan Robertson began exploring the creative potential of iron in 2011 via different practice-based research projects.

  • Evolution House, Design Informatics Studio (T-Room, Level 2)
    78 West Port
    EH1 2LE

Part of the 2017/18 Design Informatics Seminar series.

The structure formed part of Craft Scotland and Emergents’ first national pavilion at the major industry event.

The Talbot Rice Gallery project will culminate in a co-produced, permanent installation in the school playground.

  • Minto House, Room 4.18
    20-22 Chambers Street
    EH1 1JZ

Part of the 2017-18 Architectural History and Theory Seminar Series.

Do you ever look in the mirror and find yourself asking where your new outfit came from? Did the maker get treated fairly? Organised by three Edinburgh students, R Sustainable Fashion Show hopes to confront both the ethical and sustainability issues in the fashion industry.

The museum will feature selected work as part of its “Explore” section alongside the garments that inspired them.

Examining how people live and engage with post-Crash urban regeneration sites.

MSc Material Practice graduate Charlie Patterson has been working as a Graduate Studio Assistant in the ESALA workshops whilst pursuing various entrepreneurial activities since graduating in 2015.