Identity, Print, Website (2018)
Led by Matt Olson and Boris Oicherman, curator at the Weisman Art Museum, a group of Bachelor of Design+Architecture students founded an open practice of design to assist the artist Daniel McCarthy Clifford in his exhibition space at WAM.
The students designed benches and bookshelves for the gallery space and artist talk and designed the space to fit various events and contents. They also held the first annual ‘Prison Labor Day’ in an act of awareness and extending Clifford’s work. I worked with the studio to create their visual communication, including identity, print publications, websites, and exhibition materials.