University of Technology Sydney

Dr Zoë Sadokierski is a designer, creative producer, educator and Associate Professor at UTS School of Design. Her practice-based research investigates ways that visual modes – including illustrated nonfiction and data narratives – can be used to make climate change and biodiversity loss intelligible and communicable to non-expert audiences. Her scholarly writing appears in journals including Design Studies, Visual Communication, Tracey, Book 2.0, Logos, and in books Making Data (2022), Publishing and Culture (2019), Practice Based Design Research (2017), Routledge Companion to Design Research (2015; 2023) and The Language of Images (2013). Her works on paper and artist books have been exhibited in galleries including Gagosian Gallery (LA), Brenda May Gallery (Sydney) and NG Art (Sydney), and acquired by the National Library of Australia, state libraries of Victoria, Queensland and the UTS Library.

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