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Mathew Emmett

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• PhD, 2013.
• RIBA Part III, 2002.
• Architectural Association, Gardiner Theobald Scholarship, AADipl RIBA Part II, 2000.
• BSc (Hons) Bartlett School of Architecture, Sir Henry Herbert Bartlett Award, RIBA Part I, 1996.
• Central Saint Martins, 1993.

Solo Exhibitions
• ‘Space Interface II’: New Media Art collaboration with Eberhard Kranemann, KARST (Plymouth), including ‘Space Interface Redux’ at the Immersive Vision Theatre (IVT) in association with Weithorn Galerie, Dusseldorf & i-DAT. Funding: Arts Council England, KARST, Weithorn Galerie & i-DAT, September 2016.
• ‘Signal Transduction’: New Media Art collaboration with Eberhard Kranemann, Lichtturm Solingen, Germany. Funding: Dinnebier Licht GmbH, 2016.
• ‘Space Interface’: New Media Art collaboration with Eberhard Kranemann, Weithorn Galerie, Dusseldorf, 2015.
• ‘Vection Builder’: Artist Residency, The Roman Baths, Bath, 2010-2012.
• ‘Space in Sound’: Sound performance, Architectural Association, London, 2000.
• Pirouetting Mosquito Nets Installation, Kerala, India, 1996.

Group Exhibitions
• ‘This Is Where We Are’: commissioned by TATE in collaboration with i-DAT for opening of the new TATE Switch Building. Funding/partners: Tate, Arts Council England, The Picture Works, InterCity, GaiaNova, Immersive, TR2 & i-DAT, June 2016.
• ‘Sender/Receiver’: Interactive sound performance with ‘This Is Where We Are’ at TATE Switch Building, June 2016.
• ‘The Mirror Blur’: Soundscape composed as part of the Artist Rooms exhibition alongside paintings of Gerhard Richter in association with Plymouth City Museum and the TATE, 2015-2016.
• ‘Asynchronous Perception’: Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland. Funding: DAAD, 2013.
• ‘180 Degrees of Trauma’: Bundeswehrkrankenhaus, Germany, funding: DAAD, 2012.
• Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, Architecture, 2010.
• The London Group, Menier Gallery, London, 2009.
• The London Group, Menier Gallery, London, 2007.
• Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, Architecture, 2007.
• Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, Architecture, 2005.
• Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, Architecture, 2004.
• ‘Jurassic Challenge’: World Heritage Commission, funding: Arts Council, 2004.
• The Year of the Artist Residency: Arts Bursary. ‘Hyperactive’, Prema Arts Centre, Uley. Funding: Arts Council, 2001.

Artist and conceptual architect specialising in site-responsive installation, hybrid space, data-specific sound, emerging technologies and interdisciplinary practice.

• ‘The Birth of Memory’: Soundscape for Adam Benjamin & Exim at The Place, London, 2016.
• ‘Open State’: Data-specific performance collaboration with Adam Benjamin, Tokyo Art Centre, Japan. Funding: Art & Culture Promotion Fund, Arts Council Tokyo & The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, 2015.
• ‘Situated Cognition’: The Role of Embodied Spatial Cognition in Interactive Spatio-temporal Experiences; Emerging Technologies, Effector Interface and Multidimensional Representations, ongoing.
• ‘Estranged Space’: founding member, interdisciplinary research, 2009 –
• ‘i-DAT’: Open Research Lab for playful experimentation with creative technology.
• ‘CogNovo’: A transdisciplinary Doctoral Programme, funded by the EU Marie Curie initiative and Plymouth University, combining scientific studies of the neural correlates and mechanisms of creativity, with investigations into the role of creativity in human cognition, 2014 –
• ‘Perception Network’: International network researching the perception of space in architecture and culture, 2012 –

Book Chapters:
• Emmett, M. (in press). Book chapter "Event Spaces of Infinite Perspective" in Digital Echoes: Spaces for Intangible and Performance-based Cultural Heritage, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
• Emmett, M. (in press). Book chapter “Multi-Dimensional Architecture: Audio-visual devices” in Redefining Architectural Scholarship through Visual Methodologies, Intellect Ltd.
• Emmett, M. (2014). ‘Pathological Space: Trauma and the matrix of cognition’. In: Nickl-Weller, C. and Matthys. S. ed. Health Care der Zukunft 5. Medizinisch Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft.
• Emmett, M., Littlefield, D. (2013). Perception of Space in Architecture and Culture: Study of Industrial Ruins, pp. 100–107 and pp. 176–193.
• Emmett, M. (2013). Felt_space infrastructure: hyper vigilant spatiality to valence the visceral dimension. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Thesis. Plymouth University.
• Emmett, M. (2011). ‘Bunker auscultation: A classification system for a proto-method of sensory space composition’, Design Ecologies, 1(2), pp. 287–303.
• Jencks, C., (2011). The Universe in the Landscape: Landforms by Charles Jencks. London: Frances Lincoln Ltd.
• Zupancic, T., Juvancic, M., Verovsek, S. and Jutraz, A., eds. (2011). ‘Respecting Fragile Places’, Tadeja. eCAADe, pp. 261–268.
• Hemmerling, M., ed. (2011). ‘Body Purge’, Augmented Reality: Mensch, Raum und Virtualitat. Germany: Fink Wilhelm GmbH (PerceptionLab No. 1), pp. 43–50.
• Jones, W., ed. (2011). ‘The Minutiae of Space’, Architects’ Sketchbooks. London: Thames & Hudson, pp. 135–137.
• Hemmerling, M., ed. (2010). ‘Digital Frisson’, Advanced Digital Architectural Design (ADAD), Germany: Produktion, Detmold, pp.34–45.
• Littlefield, D., ed. (2008). ‘Contemporary Digital Design’, Space Craft: Developments in Architectural Computing. London: RIBA Publishing, pp. 84–89.
• Littlefield, D. and Lewis, S. (2007). ‘Soundscape of 2 Marsham Street’, Architectural Voices: Listening to Old Buildings. West Sussex: Wiley-Academy, pp. 204–207.
• Emmett, M. (2005). ‘Revelation’, Building Design, 18 February (1661), pp. 27.
• Emmett, M. (2004). ‘Image Conscious’, Building Design, 16 July 2004 (1634).
• Jencks, C., (2003). The Garden of Cosmic Speculation. London: Frances Lincoln Ltd.
• Jencks, C., (2002). The New Paradigm in Architecture: The Language of Post-modernism. London: Frances Lincoln Ltd.
• Emmett, M., (2002). ‘Scaling the Pyramid’, The Great Egyptian Museum Giza. London: RIBA Journal, pp.25–28.

• ‘Pulsating Hennig Brand’s Condensate’. In: The Transdisciplinary Imaging Conference at the Intersection Between Art, Science and Culture: The Atemporal Image. 1st-3rd July 2016, Plymouth University.
• ‘Open State’. In: Off The Lip, Transdisciplinary Approaches to Cognitive Innovation, pp. 51–70, 2015.
• ‘Pathological Space: Trauma and the Matrix of Cognition’, Health Care of the Future 5, Academy of Arts, Berlin (Technische Universität), 2014.
• ‘Hyper Vigilant Spatial Practice: an investigation of perception as an extended architectural parameter’, The 10th international conference of the Architectural Humanities Research Association, UWE, 2013.
• ‘I was a disembodied brain poised in space: Space cognition and immersive agency’, Plymouth University, 2013.
• ‘Acquisition of reality: perception as reflexive architecture’, Oxford Brookes University, 2012.
• Estranged Space: research methodologies, 2012. Germany.
• eCAADe 2011 Respecting Fragile Places, 2011. Ljubljana.
• Architectural Association: Design Ecologies Symposium, 2011. London.
• ADAD Advanced Digital Architectural Design: Towards a New Mobility, 2010 International Summer school, Germany.
• Plymouth University: Hidden City, 2008. Plymouth.
• Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Intervention interaction, 2007.

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