Andrew Walsh-Lister, Critic in Graphic Design
Andrew Walsh-Lister is a typographer, writer and curator based between the US and UK. He holds an MFA from Yale School of Art and is a current PhD candidate in Arts & Humanities at the Royal College of Art, London. Together with Matthew Stuart he co-edits the irregular journal / multifarious publishing platform Bricks from the Kiln, which was established in mid-2015. He has held a number of academic positions, including 2019–21 Designer-in-Residence at Virginia Commonwealth University, Assistant Professor at University of Illinois Chicago, Senior Lecturer at University of Brighton and Teaching Fellow at Winchester School of Art, and has also taught and delivered workshops at Goldsmiths University, Estonian Academy of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Oslo School of Architecture & Design, Cooper Union and ELISAVA Barcelona, among others. His practice and research has manifested in a range of talks, lecture-performances, exhibitions and events at institutions including MoMA PS1, Graham Foundation, The Most Beautiful Swiss Books, Mahler & LeWitt Studios London, ICA London, Wysing Arts Centre, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, abC Art Book Fair, Cafe OTO, Chicago Architecture Biennial and Brno International Biennial of Graphic Design. He has been awarded residencies at the Frans Masereel Centrum and Ox-Bow School of Art, and has works in permanent collections including the Little Magazines Collection at University College London, Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the National Poetry Library in London.
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