Kevin Yuen-Kit Lo, MA
Part-time Faculty, Design and Computation Arts
Kevin Yuen Kit Lo is a multidisciplinary designer and artist whose work focuses on the materiality of language and typography. His practice locates itself at the intersection of culture and social justice work, emphasizing collaborative and collective processes for community engagement and political contestation.
Kevin has previously worked as an interactive art director for the Montreal-based communications agencies Sid Lee, Bluesponge and Cossette, while maintaining a freelance practice under the name of LOKi design, working primarily in the community and cultural sectors. He also runs the small press 2356 publishing, through which he publishes Four Minutes to Midnight, a journal of poetics and politics.
As a community organiser and activist, Kevin is engaged on many levels with various organisations in Montreal and beyond. He is a founding member of Howl Arts Collective, a member of the Artivistic Collective, a board member for Archive Montreal, a contributing editor at Art threat, and a long-standing jury member for Memefest.
Kevin holds an MA from the London College of Printing, and a Graduate Certifacte degree and BFA from Concordia University.
- MA, Typo/Graphic Design, London College of Printing
- GCD, Digital Technologies in Design Art Practice, Concordia University
- BFA, Design Art, Concordia University