Chris Lee (born in Toronto, ON, Canada; lives in Brooklyn, NY, USA) is a graphic designer and educator. He graduated from OCAD University, Toronto, and the Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam, and has worked for The Walrus, Metahaven, and Bruce Mau Design. He was the designer and an editorial board member of the journal Scapegoat: Architecture /Landscape /Political Economy. His research explores graphic design’s entanglement with power and standardization, particularly through the genre of the document. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute, New York City.
Tools For Learning: 2019 Toolbox
This growing Tools for Learning Toolbox offers a host of collective activities which invite visiting schools, community groups, and others to make and repair—or even undo and refuse—relationships between their own experiences and the artistic practices within The Shoreline Dilemma. Inspired by the approaches of many Biennial participants, as well as educators and…