Luiza Dale is a graphic designer who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Her work explores how live performance can remain, happen, or begin in print and digital reproductions. She is the author of INFORMATION—a play for the mobile phone featured on Yale Cabaret’s virtual gallery in 2020. She teaches at The New School and runs a small press called Quickbooks.
Dale maintains an independent practice designing print publications, websites and identities, oftentimes alongside Tuan Quoc Pham. When working together, the duo goes by the name The Aliens. In Spring 2022, they will teach a class at The New School titled Bad Design. The course aims to challenge our relationship to social norms that inform how we value design work.
In 2020, Dale made a tool to publish text messages with Willis Plummer called Public Texting which she uses to document live conversations as they unfold via texting. Later that year, she started Jenny—a collaboration with artist Jenny Nelson that looks at the long history of invisible female labor that goes into online experiences.
Dale has lectured at Harvard GSD, NYU, Parsons School of Design, and Rutgers. In the past, she’s worked with Other Means, was Art director at Outdoor Voices and Design Director at Playlab Inc., and designed the publication CLOG. She holds an MFA in Graphic Design from the Yale School of Art (2021), an Associates Degree in Graphic Design from Parsons (2013), and a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from PUC-Rio in Brazil (2011).
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