MATHEW EMMETT
architecture, interaction, cognition, sound, theory
Prof. Dr. at Plymouth University, Great Britain

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Emmett studied art at Central Saint Martins, architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture and Architectural Association, and music at Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Sound Interpretation and Composition Workshop, Kürten in 2007. Emmett has worked with the architectural theorist Charles Jencks and in 2013 he completed his Doctorate of Philosophy in situated cognition, where Emmett developed a new style of critical architecture that extends the understanding of feedback systems within psychotropic dimensions.

Projects:

Estranged Space mixed-media installations:
“Asynchronous Perception”, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland.
“180 Degrees of Trauma”, Bundeswehrkrankenhaus,Germany.
Cybernetic installation: “The Cabinet”, Peninsula Arts, Plymouth.

Music composition:
“Open State” (integrative dance collaboration) with Adam Benjamin & Yuko ljichi, Japan.
“Are You Counting”, Choreography by Adam Benjamin.
“The Birth of Memory”, Choreography by Adam Benjamin with Exim Dance.

Film score:
“The Illegal Architect” directed by Igea Troiani (Carytid Films).

Artist Residency:
The Roman Baths, Bath. Arts Bursary: “Hyperactive”.
South West Arts World Heritage Commission: Jurassic Challenge.

Exhibitions:
The London Group (Menier Gallery) & Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition (Architecture).
Emmett has authored numerous publications/papers.