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M.F.A. (Graphic Design) Rhode Island School of Design, 2006
B.S. (Visual Communications) University of Delaware, 1996
Ashley John Pigford is an interaction designer working at the
intersection of design process and art practice. His cross-disciplinary
creative work involves physical computing and postdigital processes in
the interrogation of language through digitally-mediated experiences.
His work manifests as electronic sculpture, interactive installation,
performance, video and print. He received his MFA in Graphic Design from
the Rhode Island School of Design after a successful career as a
proprietor of graphic design in Los Angeles, CA. He is an Assistant
Professor of Visual Communications in the Department of Art at the
University of Delaware.
Vista Sans Wood Type Project Group Exhibition, CuratedType Directors Club of New York, NY
Vista Sans Wood Type Project Group Exhibition, Curated
Belfast Print Studios, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Object Play 4-person Exhibition, CuratedPress Street's Antenna Gallery, New Orleans, LA
Translationships Solo Exhibition, JuriedLiving Arts of Tulsa, OK
Wood Type, Evolved: Experimental Letterpress Group Exhibition, Curated
Columbia College Chicago Center for Book and Paper Arts, Chicago, IL
Process Festival: Sound from Systems, Film/Video Festival, Curated
Ausland, Berlin, Germany
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