Nirali Jain Service Designer | The Dots

Nirali Jain

Service DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Nirali Jain

Service DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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  • Capital City Project Capital City examines the financialization of housing in London, and explores the ways in which media and communications can used to represent the impact of capital on the London property market. Capital City is an exercise in creative, multi-disciplinary collaboration. It will take place at LCC in April 2018, incorporating an exhibition in LCC’s main galleries, a publication, and a series of associated talks and events. Capital City is part of LCC’s public programme, and will be open to the general public. Over the course of 10 weeks, we will research, develop and produce a media artefact for inclusion in the Capital City exhibition with the collaboration and supervision of Transparency International UK.
  • Bridges. The Aesthetic of ConnectionsThis project is about the mechanics of the bridge as a metaphor of connection.
  • Bowie In UsThis publication emerged from an idea based on ‘David Bowie is’ held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2013. The exhibition focused not only on Bowie’s creative output but his collaborations and methods of production across his artistic endeavours. As an innovator he was known for pushing the boundaries of social norms, he was music’s definitive chameleon who reinvented himself time and time again whilst simultaneously inventing new sounds and spearheading new directions in performance. The two year anniversary of the artist’s death in 2018 brought to the surface once again Bowie’s legacy as a music, fashion and cultural icon and led to the production of ‘Bowie in us’, a series of speculative narratives which capture the artist’s future collaborations and projects. This project was done in collaboration with the students of MA Publishing in London College of Communication. My role in the project was that of an art director, which included determined making sure the tone and look and feel of the magazine went hand in hand.
  • Bore Me
  • Bookshelf Picks: Annie Masciavè on zines, aesthetics and photographyAt London College of Communication (LCC), we support our students to become the future of the creative industries. We're proud to give them the tools they need to develop key critical and technical skills, to build their confidence, and to grow their professional networks. Our Industry Mentoring Scheme matches postgraduate students with experienced mentors who can offer helpful tips, information and advice on ways to kick-start their career. As the world navigates new ways of working, thinking
  • ADVERTISHER for History of Advertising Trust
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