Alternative Art SchoolPublication design, research project
The project offered space within the institutional Graphic Design programme to unpack and toy with issues of art education and design practice through a series of symposiums and pedagogic experiments.
Selected projects below:
Wall of WordsExhibition
Featured: Hack everything, two colour A2 risograph print.
Students were then asked to contextualise their objects photographically. Assistance on art direction aimed to coax more informed choices of aesthetics.
inter—courseEvent series, branding
“Outside the student union, the club environment becomes a cherished sanctuary for communities of practice. Beyond a network of friends, however, the institutions these groups are home to rarely integrate. inter–course brought together students from art schools across London. Its playfulness is blunt, but meaning honest: a coalescing of courses, ideas, attitudes, and musical gusto.”
All imagery was found and sourced from scrap bins around Kingston University, utilising off-cuts and otherwise rubbished content. Reused, recycled and reclaimed narratives thus provided the basis to tell new stories.
with Joe Moreno, Emma Teasdale & Sheona Turnbull