- Room 703A, Roland Levinsky Building, Drake Circus
Mr Mark James
Lecturer in Graphic Communication
School of Art, Design and Architecture (Faculty of Arts and Humanities)
Mark is a lecturer on BA (Hons) Graphic Communication With Typography, leading design research modules across all three years.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (since 2016).
Graphic Design Practice and Research, Design Thinking, Modes of Production and dissemination in Graphic Design, Cultural History and Theory, independent publishing as artistic practice, modes of curatorial display, personal Epistemology as a creative process, Popular Culture, and Cross-disciplinary research.
Cultural History and Theory, independent publishing as artistic practice, modes of curatorial display, personal Epistemology as a creative process, Popular Culture, and Cross-disciplinary research.
Creative practice & artistic projects
Designer at http://www.studioplatitude.com
Founder of the Library of Independent Exchange (http://www.l-i-e.co.uk) an ongoing library/project focusing on the dissemination of independent publishing, and how it functions as a resource.
The core aims of the L.I.E are to develop discussions and exchange, exploring the processes of publishing, collaboration, and dissemination.
L.I.E has an ever-increasing permanent collection of works by contemporary independent art publishers and artists. Rather than presenting itself as a conventional Library, L.I.E aims to explore how resource functions and how it can be utilised; making its collection accessible to the public through the project’s curated programme of events and exhibitions.