A lecture by Catherine White.
Nous Vous is comprised of Jay Cover, William Edmonds and Nicolas Burrows. They collaborate on a broad range of projects including illustration and graphic design commissions, exhibitions, curatorial work, publishing and teaching.
Nous Vous creates playful and intelligent visual work appropriate to the context, communicating fluently across a range of processes including drawing, painting, collage, digital image-making and three dimensional installation. Exhibiting widely in the UK and internationally, developing their practice through group shows, installations and residencies.
Clients include: Tate, Tate Publishing, The British Museum, ICA, Southbank Centre, Contemporary Art Society, Green Man Festival, Canal and River Trust, University of the Arts London, Domino Records, M&C Saatchi, Walker Arts Centre, Bloomberg, New York Times, Airbnb, Royal Opera House, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
|Date||27 February 2015, 1-2pm|
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