CHEN LUO                        CV 




Master of Fine Art
Boston University, Boston, US

COMA Lab Studio
Amsterdam, NL

Bachelor of Design
OCAD University, Toronto, CA
Chen Luo is a Graphic Designer based in Boston. She runs Body&Forma—a collective design house.

She has taught graphic design, typography, and publication at Boston University and School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Tufts, and University of Massachusetts, Lowell. She has been as a guest critic/designer at MICA, RISD Newly Formed, UConn, MassArt, OCAD U.  Currently, she gathers collective voices and experimenting with typography on both macro and micro levels, using various tools, materials, languages, scales, and spaces.

Her work has been awarded and recognized by Communication Arts, NewOne Awards, Design 360˚, Boston Art Review and The Young Ones TDC, and exhibited in Canada, Italy, Japan, China, Korea, and the United States.
She works on visual identities, publications, websites, performative lettering workshops with artists, museums, and institutions.

Her work critiques historical procedures of how the body, proportion, and movement have been interpreted and articulated with 2D graphic design prints. She explores embodied publishing to form a diverse readership and communal experience.

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Interstitial Lives

Identity Design
Workshop hosted with Bella Tuo

Designed the flag, brochure, and floor plan

Numerals | Time

Proportional Numerals

As the Word Burns & Christian Walker: The profane & the poignant

Exhibition Identity Design
Co-desigend with Chuck Gonzales

Tufts University Art Gallery

Artist Project of Boston Art Review Issue 10: Recall

Editorial page 64–71 designed by Body&Forma
A HAND AS A PAGE designed by Chen Luo
Published by Boston Art Review