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alt: A woman holding the Live Art Sector Research book. The front cover uses multiple font weights and bright gradients to catch the eye
Live Art Sector Research
Digital & print report, mapping the UK live art sector
Year:
2021

liveartresearch.uk

Clients:

Live Art Development Agency (LADA)

Services:
#Visual Identity #Website #Animation #Publication
Deliverables:

‘Live’ Visual Identity
Accessible Online Report
Extensive Print Report
Data-Visualisation

alt: A woman holding the Live Art Sector Research book. The front cover uses multiple font weights and bright gradients to catch the eye

Live Art Sector Research is a print and digital report which maps the UK Live Art Sector, it is also the first ever survey of the sector’s impact and influence. The website enables readers to identify ways to support artists and organisations who work with a range of ambitious, experimental and participatory practices.

The visual identity and website embrace concepts of ‘liveness’ through incorporating animated variable typography. Paired with a very simple, accessible and minimal approach to layout and hierarchy of information. The project's documentation and data is enhanced but not overpowered through animation, typography, colour and visual pacing.

Live Art Sector Research Website

Home Page
Project Pages
Mobile Site

Live Art Sector Research Printed Report

image: lada01.jpg Alt: The Live Art Sector Research book spread open, the left page big white text on a pink background, the right page shows an illustration by David Caines )

The Live Art Sector Research book spread open, the left page showing blue and black text on a white background, the right page shows a map of the Uk with statistics on it.
The Live Art Sector Research book spread open, the left page shows orange and black text on a white background, the right has text and an image taken from a performance of a person with bags of milk taped to their chest, squirting milk into a jug.
Two desktops showing the Live Art Sector Research website. The desktop in the background shows the menu for the website, the desktop in the foreground shows the acknowledgements
The Live Art Sector Research Website
Two desktops showing the Live Art Sector Research website, both desktops show project pages one with purple and the other with orange accents.
The Live Art Sector Research Website

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