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Friday, June 24 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Evolving Visual Narrative

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Moderator: Dori Griffin


Lisa Maione / Title

Jillian Nalezny / The Nation of Fulfillment
The Nation of Fulfillment is a piece of design fiction that is based off of Amazon and the technology that will be available in the future. It is a guide book showing the technological advancements used in a fictional dystopian nation where consumerism controls humanity.

Caroline Schlegel / Speculative Communication & Obfuscation
This project imagines a world where the need for written text's clarity is overshadowed by the desire for privacy, potentially at a total loss of understanding. I drew inspiration from the movie Arrival's non-linear alien language, spell-check tone tracking AI, blank paper protests in Hong Kong, and AI that generates abstract art.

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Dori Griffin

Assistant Professor, University of Florida
I'm a visual communications designer and design historian on the faculty of the University of Florida's School of Art + Art History. I occupy a disciplinary space informed by both practice and scholarship, focusing on visual culture and its use in the narrative construction of social and personal identity. Graphic design's history is an emergent field... Read More →
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Lisa Maione

Assistant Professor, Kansas City Art Institute
Lisa J. Maione is an art director, designer, and educator. Born in Japan and raised in the U.S., Lisa cut her teeth at New York studios including 2×4, Pentagram, mgmt. design and Wolff Olins, and later at the publication, Metropolis. In her independent design and art practice, clients... Read More →
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Jillian Nalezny

Graphic Designer, DePaul University
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Caroline Schlegel

Graphic Designer, DePaul University

Friday June 24, 2022 2:00pm - 3:15pm CDT
Zoom / School of Education Conference Room 159