Erin’s practice combines architecture and digital technology to consider the emotional qualities of urban and domestic spaces. Her works range from time-based performances to photographic glass reliefs, through to monumental sculpture and installation. Erin explores the relation of the sensory experience of the body to architectural space and material. Her work can currently be seen in the UK, Germany, and the USA, and at the 2017 Venice Biennale as part of Glasstress alongside artists Ai Wei Wei, Tony Cragg and Sarah Sze.
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.