ARIADNE: A Social Art Network

creative direction & Web-design

  • I worked directly with Suzanne Lacy and Leslie Labowitz to showcase feminist history in a contemporary manner.

  • I created an innovative approach towards representing an archive as both a visually rich and narrative journey.

  • I created a cohesive branding strategy for ARIADNE: A Social Art Network by applying my extensive knowledge and understanding of feminist theory and history.

    • Copyrighting and editing of content as part of overall identity.

    • Photo retouching of historic images and scanned original documents from the 1970s/80s.

    • Typographic selection and design direction of the website.

    • Website hosted on SquareSpace with light custom coding.

Wow, congrats! This is really powerful. Love the full screen images and the subtle scrolling effects. What a cool take on an archive!
— Matthew Manos, verynice Founder (2018)
It’s such incredibly important work—honestly, it’s what has inspired me for my entire career, and it is the example I always share with audiences about how much a small group of artists with limited economic resources can envision, create, and accomplish.
— Carolyn Bronstein, Associate Professor of Media Studies in the College of Communication at DePaul University (2018)