Staff in the Department of Design
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Yemi’s work is informed by cultural insights expressed primarily through textiles and printed matter. The broader scope of her practice bridges design and visual arts through social interventions.
John specialises in learning environments, cognitive development and ICT as both a learning and a teaching tool.
Edward's research is broadly focused on investigating the nature of the curation of authority through its manifestations in material culture and the democratisation of access to governance and agency in civic systems.
Tuur van Balen
Tuur’s practice explores processes of production as cultural, social and political practices.
Stuart's work is currently focused on zines, self-publishing practices, and comics as vehicles for exploring and interrogating architecture and design.
Alan's interests include the use of digital portfolios to support assessment, the promotion of creativity in the classroom and effective the development of mentoring skills and the role of school mentors in the training of outstanding teachers.
Duncan’s areas of research are the discourses of contemporary ecology, sustainability and environmental ethics.
Roberto Feo is a partner in the multidisciplinary design studio EL ULTIMO GRITO, winners of the 2012 London Design Medal.
Sam’s research centres on modernist art and architecture, ranging from modern and contemporary art to design subjects.
Becca Rose Głowacki
Becca’s practice explores feminist computing and radical pedagogies.
Rebecca's work is concerned with migration and its systems, displacement of people and their representation in material and visual culture.
Sean researches the ways designed objects have normalising conditions of production and categories of consumption.
Arjun Harrison Mann
Arjun is a London-based designer, activist and advocate for dialogue, whose practice proposes the role of dialogical design in Post-Visual Communication.
Liam's research interests focus around situated speculative design research, DIY design, and critical design practice.
Sahra Hersi is an artist and spatial designer, and she describes her work as “caring about people, places, art & architecture, in that order”. Her work is public and ranges in scales from zines, workshops, public realm interventions and buildings.
Ruby is a designer/researcher exploring fashion in context. Her work unpicks and reconfigures relationships between garment and system, theory and practice.
Tobie is committed to taking a collaborative and speculative approach to design.
Richard specialises in areas of design concerned with curriculum and assessments in schools.
Carolyn is a designer and researcher with a background in architecture. Her work explores entanglements of humans, non-humans, bits, bytes, ecologies and emerging technologies.
Juliette is a design researcher, theorist and historian with a background in cultural studies and critical theory.
Steve is a Goldsmiths alumnus, Nesta Associate and Design Council Expert. He runs a service design, research and innovation studio working internationally across social, environmental and economic change.
Vero is a London based designer, design researcher, editor and writer with a background in design and media.
Dash is an artist and educator who works collaboratively, exploring the process of making as a mode of politic
Naho has interests in social engagement and interactive experiences, using performance, objects and installation.
Katherine works as a designer/researcher, examining the life of textile materials through research and making.
Nicholas’s practice explores how reality, its representation and performance can be designed or deployed.
Soomi’s work discusses the complex relationship between emerging technologies and human desires.
Sarah has been teaching at Goldsmiths since 2015 as an Associate Lecturer in Design, and tutors on BA Contextual Studies and MA Expanded Practice.
Laura’s specialist background is in craft, particularly concerning the theory and practice of contemporary jewellery.
Corinne's work explores how narrative, images and materiality are involved in the production of space.
Harry Richardson is a partner at Committee, a design office and art studio based in south-east London that has, over the last twenty years, created work of many kinds for clients and cultural institutions around the world.
Pete’s interests are in physical computing, mapping-geolocation, crowd theory and participative sensing.
Naama Schendar is a performer, director and filmmaker. Her work explores how narrative, speculation and the body are involved in the construction of socio-political norms.
Rose is interested in the use of CAD/CAM for creative development and the textile history of Caribbean women in the UK.
Mathilda’s work sits in a positive, creative and activist space between design, futures studies and sustainability.
Mike's research continues to develop design innovation research through Goldsmiths Prospecting and Innovation Studio (Pi Studio).
Professor Matt Ward
Matt’s research spans a wide range of interests from speculative design to radical pedagogy
Professor Alex Wilkie
Alex Wilkie explores more-than-human futures through the intersection of design and science and technology studies.