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Olivia Sullivan

MA work

Old North, Isle Rocks (Hen Ogledd)

My project Old North, Isle Rocks is a re-imagination of Cumbria, northern England. Cumbria is a place where I feel a psychogeographic connection to both aspects of my Anglo-Irish heritage. It is an English county with Irish connections through Norse-Gaelic history. 

Through a material exploration, spoken-word poetry and moving image, I aim to shift the way graphic narratives are presented and told through an installation format. 

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Communication

    Programme

    MA Information Experience Design, 2018

  • My practice involves alternative story-telling through graphic narratives, moving image and installations. I focus on writing and drawing non-linear, abstract and psychogeographic poetry and stories. My aim is to create ways of presenting graphic narratives outside of print formats , that can connect with people on a experiential level.
  • Degrees

  • BA Illustration, Camberwell College of Arts (UAL), 2016
  • Experience

  • If A Tree Falls In a Forest (UCL Cosmologist collaboration), 2018; Fulldome Research Group, 2017/18; Freelance illustrator (since 2014); Published comic artist (since 2016)
  • Exhibitions

  • Science Fiction, Big Deal | No.7 Space, Leicester Square, 2016; Mundane Mantra, Whitechapel Gallery 'First Thursdays', St.John on Bethnal Green, 2018; 12th Fulldome Festival, Jena Zeiss- Planetarium, Jena, 2018; Sonar360º, Sonar Festival, Barcelona, 2018
  • Awards

  • Broken Frontier's Small Press Creator to Watch, 2017; Royal College of Art Graduate Exhibition 2018 , Best Design
  • Publications

  • De-computing the Pigeon Sensorium at ACI2016: 3rd International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction, Milton Keynes, UK, 15-17 November 2016; Illustrations for: John Fass and Kevin Walker, 2016