How is something so calm, so chaotic – Performance 1 is part of Matthew Pope’s School of Arts and Humanities Honours research project at Edith Cowan University.
Two exhibitions by Edith Cowan University (ECU) Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) Alumni Joni Sercombe and Dan Gladden will be exhibited at ECU’s Spectrum Project Space in September.
An exhibition at Edith Cowan University’s (ECU) Spectrum Project Space will showcase the artworks of seven current students and recent graduates from ECU School of Arts and Humanities, Visual Arts Honours.
ECU Bachelor of Arts Alumni, Gemma Ben-Ary has come together with Curtin University Bachelor of Arts Honours Alumni, Mandy Harwood to present their collaborative exhibition IMMATERIAL at Spectrum Project Space in July.
We want you! Spectrum Project Space is placing the call out for creative proposals for its 2018 calendar.
You are invited to view the works of Sophie La Maitre titled Re(dis)covery, exhibiting at Spectrum Project Space.
You are invited to view the works of Laura Margaret titled Conceiving Perceiving, exhibiting at Spectrum Project Space.
Spectrum Project Space proudly presents two concurrent exhibitions PULP and Made in Taiwan by ECU Contemporary Fashion and Visual Arts Alumni, Kimberley Pace.
This May will see Daisy Sanders, a student at WAAPA, Edith Cowan University, occupy Spectrum Project Space for one week in a durational dance performance work she has created for her Honours project.
ECU Alumni Lex Randolph invites the public to step inside ECU’s Spectrum Project Space (SPS) and examine a collection of artefacts from his ever-growing Identity Museum during a two-week artist residency at SPS.
A new exhibition by PhD candidate Roxanne Fozard explores the experimental genre of writing known as the Denkbild (‘thought-image’) in a Western Australian context.
The public is invited to join ECU artists in creating music using unconventional instruments, including a playable plant, a water-filled subwoofer and 3D printed flutes.
Artist in residence at Spectrum Project Space will explore the mundane and often overlooked aspects of our everyday environments in her exhibition, Mundane Matters: 6050
Words Beyond Grammar began as a response to Boris Groys’s essay of the same title which explores how the internet, and in particular Google, are philosophical machines through which we struggle to gain access to the truth.
Espresso Self showcases the nexus between creative practice and research, with work by ECU staff being presented to the wider ECU community and general public.
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