Paul Bailey is a designer, educator and researcher, and is the Course Leader for MA Graphic Media Design at London College of Communication.
Paul's practice, originating in the expanded field of visual communication, incorporates commissioned and self‐initiated work and is driven by an open, collaborative and divergent working method. The outputs take various forms such as exhibitions, publications, performances, workshops and writings.
Paul has been invited to present and conduct research at universities, conferences and specialised research institutes internationally including the Frans Masereel Centre in Belgium, Jan Van Eyck Academie in the Netherlands and the National Institute for Design in India.
Paul's current research, motivated by an interest in the contingent nature of meaning, surveys the acts of reading and watching within various constructs, paying particular attention to the forms of delivery and reception.
Paul is currently course leader for MA Graphic Media Design at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, an advisor at the Jan van Eyck Academie, a founding member of the Design Displacement Group, a committee member of the Graphic Design Educators' Network and a fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the United Kingdom.
- Appointed advisor at Van Eyck Academie, the Netherlands (2015-16)
- Looking for/through/with/amongst/beyond/around Content selected to exhibit in the Global Irish Design Challenge, June-August 2016
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