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Genevieve is an American artist, writer, and educator. Her work falls into the categories of transmedia storytelling, collaborative culture, user-generated contents, and narratology. Her inquires are truth-fictions that cross disciplines. She uses sparse and haunting language to question boundaries wherein agency is relinquished to the individual and choice must argue for or against moral systems, or at least interrogate them.

 
 

design

I do design because it encompasses so much of what I enjoy. Design requires thinking, experimenting with mediums, and tinkering. It requires making smart observations, inventing useful objects, and creating images that capture the imagination and illicit emotions. I want people to feel curious and attracted to what I make. I delight in creating narratives that are not chronologically ordered.

 
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I created this hand made book entitled UHDR vs Plaintiff to discuss the problems with "canon" as it applies to contemporary life. While well meaning, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights leaves out persons and groups that fall outside of the authors' realm of knowledge or were perhaps even purposefully neglected.

I created this hand made book entitled UHDR vs Plaintiff to discuss the problems with "canon" as it applies to contemporary life. While well meaning, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights leaves out persons and groups that fall outside of the authors' realm of knowledge or were perhaps even purposefully neglected.

Our 2011 SVA Yearbook is three volumes that connect together. Highlights are great design, an augmented reality piece, and pop ups in each of the three volumes. The piece won a silver clio in 2012. E Genevieve Williams, Creative Director; Dong Hee (Agnes) Choo and Jin Suk Kim, student art directors and designers; Bryan Farevaag, Olga Vladova, and Erica Chung, support design staff.

Our 2011 SVA Yearbook is three volumes that connect together. Highlights are great design, an augmented reality piece, and pop ups in each of the three volumes. The piece won a silver clio in 2012. E Genevieve Williams, Creative Director; Dong Hee (Agnes) Choo and Jin Suk Kim, student art directors and designers; Bryan Farevaag, Olga Vladova, and Erica Chung, support design staff.

These are a set of four small books that I wrote, designed, imaged, and bound. They are each limited edition, artist's books. Two are soft bound, two are hard bound.

These are a set of four small books that I wrote, designed, imaged, and bound. They are each limited edition, artist's books. Two are soft bound, two are hard bound.

Our 2006 SVA Yearbook is a symphony of chaos and creativity. Our student art directors made a tremendous effort and accomplished design that differed from page to page. The book was showcased in both Print and How Design Awards Annuals. E Genevieve Williams, Creative Director; Ava Savitsky, Chi Young Cho, and Hye Jung Chung, student art directors and designers.

Our 2006 SVA Yearbook is a symphony of chaos and creativity. Our student art directors made a tremendous effort and accomplished design that differed from page to page. The book was showcased in both Print and How Design Awards Annuals. E Genevieve Williams, Creative Director; Ava Savitsky, Chi Young Cho, and Hye Jung Chung, student art directors and designers.

The 2008 SVAYearbook was creative directed by  E. Genevieve Williams and art director by Christopher Lin, Dan Cassaro, and John Gilmore. Each art director designed one of three books on the themes of past, present, future. The book won much critical acclaim and set Chris and Dan on lasting career paths. 

The 2008 SVAYearbook was creative directed by  E. Genevieve Williams and art director by Christopher Lin, Dan Cassaro, and John Gilmore. Each art director designed one of three books on the themes of past, present, future. The book won much critical acclaim and set Chris and Dan on lasting career paths. 

Sculpture made of woodworker's cabinet shaving and block of self drying clay. The piece is called "Tricycle."

Sculpture made of woodworker's cabinet shaving and block of self drying clay. The piece is called "Tricycle."

"The Most Disagreeable Girl in the World" Hand made book, edition of five. Design, illustration, silkscreen, and screw post binding by E. Genevieve Williams. 

"The Most Disagreeable Girl in the World" Hand made book, edition of five. Design, illustration, silkscreen, and screw post binding by E. Genevieve Williams. 

STUDENT WORK

 

As designers we are dazzled by new technologies, new thinking, and new trends. We also appreciate fine craftsmanship. As we experiment with new technologies, we need to be conscious also to continue to bring our craftsmanship into each new form.  Our goals are to make learning and working fun, to share our well honed aesthetics with the world around us, and to leave a legacy of beauty and building successful communication.

 

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