Designer Sarah Boris will visit Elisava next Wednesday, March 2 to give a lecture about her professional evolution: from being an in-house designer and art director for some of the leading art institutions in the UK, to creating her own studio in 2015, Sarah Boris Studio.
During her lecture, titled Multi-practice, she will present some of her personal and non-commercial projects that have shaped her career and are informing new directions, including self-published projects such as Global Warming Anyone?, or her artist book Le Théâtre Graphique and her latest heart-shaped sculptural bench design.
About Sarah Boris
Sarah Boris is an artist and graphic designer based in London. After working for over ten years for organizations such as Phaidon, the Barbican Centre and the Institute of Contemporary Arts, she set up on her own in 2015, focusing on visual identities, editorial design and developing her personal art practice. Her clients include The Photographers' Gallery, Tate, The National Gallery and Christie's, among others.
Parallel to commissioned projects, Sarah creates screen-printed artwork during artist residencies. Her work was acquired by the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and exhibited at the Design Museum in London and Une Saison Graphique in Le Havre, France. She was president of the D&AD book design jury in 2016 and is part of the graphic design jury of the Latin American Design Awards 2022.
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