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Joseph Pochodzaj is an interdisciplinary graphic designer and educator, working within cultural publishing, exhibition and book design.

Joseph is a tutor on the MA Visual Communication Programme and Admissions Tutor at the Royal College of Art (London) and online Tutor for the MA Graphic Design course at Falmouth University. He is an external examiner for the BA Design for Art Direction course at the London College of Communication (UAL).

His research is focused on the role of graphic design in facilitating forms of intercultural communication and constructing platforms for dialogue. This has included delivery workshops with nomadic craft communities in Kazakhstan as part of the British Council’s Crafting Futures programme, addressing issues of gentrification in East London through collaborative publishing (London Festival of Architecture) and challenging forms of discrimination with organisation The Age of No Retirement. 

Joseph has collaborated with organisations such as The British Council, London College of Communication, The Architecture Association, Open Editions, The National Pavilion UAE (Venice Biennial 2017) and The British Fashion Council. 

He has also worked closely with cultural archives such as the Tate Archive and Bishopsgate Institute, exploring methods of challenging historical narratives and reactivating archival material. 

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