Lucienne is director of London-based graphic design studio LucienneRoberts+, committed to making accessible, engaging work with a socially aware agenda, and is co-founder of advocacy initiative GraphicDesign&, dedicated to creating intelligent, vivid books and exhibitions that explore how graphic design connects with all other things and the value that it brings. Influenced as much by feminism as Swiss typography, Lucienne’s studio projects span identity, exhibition and book design and have most recently extended into exhibition content generation. Lucienne co-curatored Can Graphic Design Save Your Life? a major exhibition at London’s Wellcome Collection examining the vital role of graphic design in relation to health and most recently co-curated Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008–18 at the Design Museum London this year. She was elected as a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale in 2013 and was HMCT Typographer-in-Residence 2018 at ArtCenter in LA.
Lecture on 22nd October