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Richard is a designer, artist and educator. His work, ranging from graphic design to installations to user interfaces, investigates the aesthetic and cultural implications of an increasingly technology-driven society.
After having studied at University of the Arts Berlin and the MIT Media Lab he has worked at Sagmeister Inc., led a design group at the Google Creative Lab and is co-founder of the transdisciplinary design studio TheGreenEyl. He is an Assistant Professor of Art Media and Technology at Parsons School of Design.
His work has been recognized by international design institutions such as D&AD, Art Directors Club New York, AIGA, Communication Arts, Type Director’s Club Tokyo and Ars Electronica, Linz and he has taught at NYU ITP, School of Visual Arts and MIT School of Architecture.
Celebrating JFK’s Legacy Through Digital Media
The newly opened, Art & Ideals: President John F. Kennedy is a striking exhibition that embraces JFK’s dedication to the arts and celebrates this creative ethos throughout its physical design, storytelling narrative, and abundant use of multimedia. Join Pentagram’s Abbott Miller (Exhibition and Experience Design), Richard The of The Green Eyl (Interactive Media) and Megan Gargagliano of batwin + robin productions (Media Design) as they discuss their work for the Kennedy Center.