The show identity designed by Sarah Verity was inspired by the Yatra typeface, designed by Catherine Leigh Schmidt, when she was a fellow at the office and is based on hand-painted Mumbai railway signage. The characters playfully adorn the exhibition space and digitally composed posters.
Many Moving Parts designed by Sarah Rainwater is a wall graphic and projected animation installation that explores how words can be both challenging and empowering. The piece is about finding balance and harmony in the world’s complexity. It invites the viewer to participate in the meditative journey from simplicity to intricacy and back again.
100 Black People designed by Danikqwa Rambert is a paper and thread installation that invites viewer interaction and empathy by using commonalities we all share to identify victims of police violence. The piece pushes back against media desensitization: each victim is a real person with real families who now have to live without them.