Corinne Gisel is a Swiss graphic designer and writer. Her approach to design is characterized by research, editing, and language—an interest that also brought her to design writing and criticism. Since graduating from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in 2012, she has mostly worked in arts and culture as an independent graphic designer. In June 2013, her collaboration with Nina Paim was nominated for the Swiss Design Awards. Among the various books she has helped to conceive and design are the artist's book Edi Rama and the monograph Kader Attia: Transformations. For the exhibition Taking a Line for a Walk at the 26th International Biennial of Graphic Design Brno, she wrote all accompanying texts.
2016 / 201611 / Buchvernissage
Taking a Line for a Walk
Conversations #2: The lost assignment
Emilia Bergmark, Corinne Gisel, Nina Paim