Elise M. d'Arbaumont
Activism is often associated with onsite actions, but how can you be an activist while being an introverted person; when group actions are not the place where you feel comfortable enough to participate? Thus, how do you have your voice heard while being an introvert?
[ Objects for a Silent Revolution ]
School of Communication
MA Visual Communication, 2019
Elise d'Arbaumont is a research-led graphic designer, working around social and political issues.
- MA Editorial Design (Hons), DSAA Lycée Eugénie Cotton Paris, 2017; BA Graphic Design, École Supérieure des Arts Appliqués (ESAA) Duperré, Paris, 2015
- RDP (Research Design Publish), Peckham Liberal Club, 2018; Typographic Singularity Show, RCA, Hockney Gallery, 2019
- ‘Publish Activism: An inquiry about the rising of the independent critical publishing houses from the late 90’s’, 2018
- ‘How To Hypnotize a Shark?’, 2018; ’Tales From Topographic Oceans’, 2019