Born in Oxford, Edward Bruce studied Fine Art at Newcastle Polytechnic-Northumbria University, where he won the Alcan Sculpture Prize, and at the Glasgow School of Art. After his degree he lived in London where he exhibited with the Glue Factory group making installations in disused industrial buildings. He moved to Liverpool in 2003 where he created Ringing Banners, an installation and sonic performance in Liverpool Cathedral that formed part of the 2008 European Capital of Culture arts programme. While a member of Bridewell Studios he curated group shows and exhibited in Liverpool Biennial Independents. His solo exhibitions include his collaborative performance and sound work Allied and Amalgamated which was performed at the Pipe Factory, and at Tramway, Glasgow in 2018. His sound art has been presented at a number of events and platforms including at Games for May run by Interview Room 11, Edinburgh and at Tramway, Glasgow as part of an exhibition of recent post-graduate students; and the art radio station Radiophrenia. He lives and works in Glasgow.
Allied & Amalgamated, (with Stephanie Black-Daniels) performance in Pipe Factory, Glasgow, 1st December 2017
Station Ends, Bridewell Gallery, October 2016 – Liverpool Biennial Independents
Park Inks, Bridewell Gallery, October 2011
Ringing Banners, Liverpool Cathedral for Liverpool Capital of Culture, September 2008
Goal, public artwork, University of Northumbria, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1994.
Radiophrenia, 9 – 22 November (‘Tackled and Lost’ broadcast 14 November).
Relay 2, Tramway, Glasgow, 10 – 14 July
Games for May, Interview Room 11 @ Skylight, Edinburgh, 30 May
Trans It, Schloß Lamberg, Kunstverein Steyr, Austria, 23 May – 30 June
Radiophrenia, 13 – 26 May (‘Splicer’ broadcast across Glasgow, 15 May).
‘Common Ground’, Postgraduate Degree Show, The Glasgow School of Art, 1 – 9 September.
Last Futures, Tramway, Glasgow, 17 -25 March
Jetty, J.D. Kelly Building, Glasgow School of Art, 15 February.
BAT, McLellan Building, Glasgow School of Art, M.Litt. Printmedia, 19 February 2017
Show Saturday, Arena Gallery, Liverpool, 9 – 20 September 2016
Possible Impossibilities,[and curated] Bridewell Gallery, Liverpool, 18 – 31 May, 2013
Blueprint, The Gallery, Liverpool, 2012
Exposed Surfaces, Bluecoat, Liverpool, 2007
Loop Overview ’07, Cornerstone Gallery, Liverpool, 2007
Soup Versus Gazpacho, The Albany, Liverpool, 2006
In Quarantine, Glue Factory, Oval, London, 1998
What Everyone Wants, Project Space, University of Northumbria, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1995
Frans Masereel Centrum, Kasterlee, Belgium, 9 -16 November 2018
Grey Wolf Studios, 131 Craighall Road, Glasgow, G4 9TR, UK.