Joëlle (b. 1982) is a South African designer and visual artist living and working in London, UK.
Over the past 13 years she has worked in a range of creative fields, from web design to motion, interactive and product design. She feels happiest when solving problems and creating elegant and usable experiences while exploring how humans interact with technology.
In July 2016 Joëlle joined Eedi, a learning platform that aims to improve student learning by using data insights and intelligence to help target individual student misunderstandings. Here she works as a visual and interaction designer, designing interfaces and prototyping interactions for digital products.
Joëlle’s audio visual work is focused on exploring the connection between sound and form. Her creative process is led by experimentation and emotion and she considers her output a reflection of her environment and state of mind.
These projects range from music videos and generative graphics to live real-time visuals and are constructed of computer generated imagery and audio responsive elements that result in moving images largely sculptured by sound.
Joëlle has participated in MiRA Festival, Barcelona (2015) performing live visuals alongside Andy Stott, Taktung Festival (CH) alongside Killawatt and Field Maneuvers Festival (UK). Other work includes visuals for Killawatt’s Boiler Room debut, a music video for Killawatt’s “Pressgang” on Osiris Records and live visuals for drum and bass duo Counterstrike.
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