Nayansaku Mufwankolo is a poet and researcher in contemporary art who graduated in Art History and English, with a focus on New American Studies, from the Lausanne University. They currently work as an assistant at the HEAD’s CCC Master’s Programme and teach at the eracom in Lausanne.
The necessity of new communication model in the intergenerational educational space
The meme formed with the phrase “Ok Boomer” epitomises a generation gap that has opened up in recent years. On the one hand, there are Millennials and Gen Zers looking for social…
Head to Head – Nayansaku Mufwankolo
In this video portrait dedicated to them, the delegate of Diversity & Inclusion at HEAD – Genève, Nayansaku Mufwankolo, highlights the different stages that have allowed them to develop their practice. From…
An interview with graphic designer Tristan Bartolini
For his Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Communication, Tristan Bartolini developed a new system of typographic characters which transcends gender binarism in the French language. Bartolini redesigned characters from an existing font, Laurenz…