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The Australian National University

Dr Erica Seccombe

Position: Lecturer


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PhD (ANU) MPhil (ANU), GradDip (SCA), BVA (SCA)


Erica Seccombe lectures in Foundation Studies at the ANU School of Art & Design, and convenes the course Figure & Life and teaches into Vision & Perception. She also lectures for The Centre for Art History and Art Theory, and has convened the courses for Australian Modernism, Cyberculture and first year Art History.

Erica is a visual artist based in Canberra. She was recently awarded the prestigious 2017 Capital Arts Patrons CAPO Fellowship. Her practice spans from traditional and photographic print media to experimental digital platforms using frontier scientific visualisation software.

Erica's PhD, GROW: experiencing Nature in the Fifth Dimension is practice-led research  investigating time-resolved (4D) micro-X-ray Computed Tomography through immersive stereoscopic digital projection installations and 3D printing. Her interdisciplinary research is facilitated by the ANU Department of Applied Mathematics.


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