Four mentors will be supporting the Research and Development LAB at Peterborough for project Indie-Vision. These sessions will be lead by national practitioners, curators and historians working in poster design, PR, advertising and social media, and will support the selected cohort with their designs through action research. The mentors will include…
Simon Collister is senior lecturer in Public Relations and Communications at London College of Communication, University of Arts London. Before this he was consultancy director at We Are Social and held senior digital roles for the global PR firms Edelman and Weber Shandwick.
Catherine Flood is Curator of Prints, Posters, and Graphics, at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. She is author of British Posters: Advertising, Art and Activism (V&A Publishing: London, 2012).
Malcolm Garrett is Creative Director of IMAGES&Co and a graphic designer, whose work is widely regarded as a key influence on the development of contemporary UK graphic design. Along with other key figures working in the UK music industry he helped establish and promote a new design-driven culture, which has defined today’s youth media market.
Simon Poulter is an artist and curator. His practice engages the political aspects of digital culture with a continuing interest in behavior and propaganda. Simon is also Associate Artistic Curator at Metal. Visit his website here.