Practices of Enquiry was the first exhibition of teaching held at UAL, originally shown in Chelsea’s Cookhouse Gallery, but subsequently shown in the Showroom Gallery in High Holborn. The exhibition included work from 11 tutors from UAL, and played host to a series of events and workshops.
As the sole graphic designer for the exhibition, my role involved developing the identity, designing all print & digital elements, and producing the exhibition signage.
The Practices of Enquiry identity is based on two elements of teaching and learning; the first is the structure and planning the tutors create before a lesson takes place (grid). The second is the lesson itself, which can often break away from the plan and require improvisation (hand drawn elements). The colours are based on the first thing we learn when studying art & design (primary colours).
The events flyer and publications were all risograph printed by me, and were designed particularly for this printing method.