Can Yang

Multidisciplinary artist and visual designer

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Can Yang is a multidisciplinary artist and visual designer working with a wide range of media to create context-aware graphics. She sees graphic design as a practice of creating daily artefacts using forms or typography as tools, not only for carrying the message but for facilitating cultural and historical values. Her work seeks to evoke renewed approaches to established hierarchies and principles within graphic design and visual communication industry.

Besides her individual practice, Can also demonstrates her model of practice, Neobridge, through pedagogical methodologies, i.e collaborative activities, workshops and open-ended conversations. She is currently teaching at Royal College of Art and ual: Chelsea College of Arts in London while working as a design and art director for te magazine. Her previous education includes MA Visual Communication from Royal College of Art in 2021 and BFA Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design in 2018.