The Suttie Arts Space FFC-MRI commission opportunity
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The Suttie Arts Space FFC-MRI commission opportunity

GHAT are pleased to announce an open call for an artist to investigate the work currently being developed by the IDentIFY research project and its link to Mark-1, the world’s first full body MRI scanner, which is on display at The Suttie Arts Space, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. This call is open to artists working in … Continue reading

SERG Are Excited to Present the First SERG International Postgraduate Research Conference
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SERG Are Excited to Present the First SERG International Postgraduate Research Conference

University of Aberdeen organisation, SERG (Sound Emporium Research Group) are excited to host the first (of what they hope will be many) International Postgraduate Research Conference. SERG, headed by Music Lecturers Prof. Pete Stollery and Dr. Suk-Jun Kim, brought together a team of postgraduate students from the school of LLMVC to organise and host their … Continue reading

NUART: How the Festival is Shaping Aberdeen’s Attitudes towards Street Art
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NUART: How the Festival is Shaping Aberdeen’s Attitudes towards Street Art

In April (13th-16th), Aberdeen hosted NUART, a street art festival established in our twin city of Stavanger, Norway. For the entire weekend, the atmosphere in the city was palpably different: people were acting as flaneurs, exploring the city and the way that the street art transformed forgotten or overlooked corners of Aberdeen. Walking tours with … Continue reading

Migration as a part of the consumer capitalist culture. Or when the content becomes obsolete
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Migration as a part of the consumer capitalist culture. Or when the content becomes obsolete

  The last time I landed at Edinburgh airport I was welcomed by an Ipad questionnaire enquiring about the satisfaction of Edinburgh airport’s ‘customers’. The ‘customer’ in this case is a migrant – using the airport as a tool to move around and to explore the world. The ‘customer’ is here, as in any other … Continue reading