Specifically, I’m interested in the potential of typography, particularly annotation, to critically unveil the values, contexts, and inherent biases embedded in data. Through this exploration, I aim to challenge conventional modes of thinking and reimagine the representation of data through alternative visualisations.

With a deep interest in Latin American design for social change during the 1960s and 1970s, and a firm belief that design can serve as a powerful instrument for democratising invisible facets of citizenship, my ongoing research aims to contribute from a decentralised position from a Global South thinking. By exploring design practices beyond traditional Western canon, the aim is to embrace a multitude of perspectives, encouraging a pluriversal approach to ways of making in the world.

Photo: Francisco Flores, instagram.com/frnk_ph
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