Levi Hemmett

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  • Levi Hammett is a designer whose research involves the creation of design work that explores the relationship between humans and their physical environment in terms of space and sense of place as well as the influence of this relationship on the creation of culture. His work spans a range of projects, which include an interactive installation for the World War II Visitors Center in Normandy, France, to experiments with interactive typography, as well as interactive projects which have been distributed as digital applications. Published in online collections and exhibited in Europe, the Middle-East, South America, and the United States, Levi Hammett received his MFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2006 and a BFA in Graphic Design from Oregon State University in 2003. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University in Doha.

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