Lisa Glenn Armstrong is a multi-disciplinary designer, artist, and educator based in Chicago, IL. She currently teaches at Loyola University Chicago in the department of Fine and Performing Arts. Lisa’s research focuses primarily on the study of empathic design, time-based media, and tensions between artificial and emotional intelligence. She holds an MFA in Graphic Design with concentration in Motion Graphics from California Institute of the Arts and a BFA in Graphic Design from DePaul University. She also performs as part of an electronic music collective called Chandeliers.
Rattlesnake Bells in the Desert. Catalog design for the CalArts 2018 post-graduate art exhibition, featuring work by 32 different artists. (2018)
A projection-mapped audiovisual installation created in collaboration with Christina Huang and Jacob Shpall. (2017)
Promotional animated video for the Digital Arts EXPO.
Graduate Practice. Exhibition identity designed in collaboration with Junki Hong, Anther Kiley, and Kathy Bates.
Design, Bitches. Animated GIF and series of risograph posters for the CalArts Visiting Design Lecture Series with Design, Bitches. Designed in collaboration with Kathy Bates.
Design, Bitches. Silkscreen poster for the CalArts Visiting Design Lecture Series with Design, Bitches. Designed in collaboration with Kathy Bates.
Top: Reframing the House of Dust. 22" 28" silkscreen poster for Reframing the House of Dust: A Symposium at the Roy and Edna Disney CalArts theater event. Left: Sussman & Prejza. Poster for the CalArts Visiting Designer Lecture Series with LA-based design firm Sussman & Prejza. Right: Hank Willis Thomas. Silkscreen poster for Hank Willis Thomas's talk at CalArts. Designed with Kathy Bates.
A short animated film about perception combining 3D modeled and 2D cel animation techniques.