Exploring ideas of home through language, culture and vernacular architecture, Erin Dickson’s diverse practice is connected through tongue-in-cheek themes of ‘Britishness’, particularly in relation to North East England. Using a variety of digital and analogue techniques, her works range from time-based performances and photographic glass reliefs, through to monumental sculpture and installation.
Dickson studied at the Architectural Association, London, gaining her RIBA Part I in 2009. Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, her PhD research, The Quirks of Intimate Space, was completed at the University of Sunderland in 2015.
Dickson works in the North East and London.