On Thursday 21 July Van Eyck advisor Paul Bailey will give a presentation in the auditorium at 12:30.
All welcome to join.
Paul Bailey is an Irish graphic designer, educator and researcher based in London, UK.
Paul's practice, originating in the expanded field of visual communication, incorporates commissioned and self‐initiated work and is driven by an open, collaborative and divergent working method. Paul's practice meanders through disparate subjects, characters and processes cultivating a state of fluidity; a state Paul identifies as one of the most sustaining and productive to occupy. The outputs of Paul's activities take on many forms, such as exhibitions, publications, performances, workshops and writings.
Paul is currently course leader for MA Graphic Media Design at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, assessor for the International Society of Typographic Designers, founding member of the Design Displacement Group, committee member of the Graphic Design Educators' Network and a fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the United Kingdom.
In recent years, Paul has been invited to present and conduct research at universities, conferences and international institutions including Jan Van Eyck Academie in the Netherlands, the Frans Masereel Centre in Belgium and the National Institute for Design in India.