Graphic Identity for Black Tourmaline — a site specific installation and participatory project led by Community Reading Room. The exhbition featured workshops, and panel discussions by Black, Indigenous and People of Colour. 2019.
Fair Exchange was a project initiated by No Clients and commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria for the 2019 Melbourne Art Book Fair.
Attendees of the Fair were invited to bring along a book to trade in exchange for a selection of books accumulated from other participating stalls and the NGV bookstore. Erick Mitsack, Danielle Reynolds and Emile Zile were invited to be the official appraisers of Fair Exchange, deciding whether to approve or reject trades while determining the volatile and precarious market conditions that unfolded over the course of the Fair. Image credit: Leonie Gores.
Exhibition reader produced on the occasion of Georgina Criddle and Melissa Deerson's exhibition ‘Studio Visit’ at the Living Museum of the West. Design by Public Office. Image credit: Christian Capurro.
Graphic identity for 'Why Listen to Plants'— a collaborative exhibition between RMIT Design Hub and Liquid Architecture in 2018 featuring artists, musicians, and scientists who explore vegetal thinking through sound and listening. Design by No Clients. Image Credit: Keelan O'Hehir.