Ladan Bahmani is a graphic designer and educator. She earned her MFA in Graphic Design from Michigan State University in 2017. She has presented her work both nationally and internationally.
336.001Graphic Design IV
315.001Topics In Graphic Design
337.002B.A./B.S. Senior Studio
338.001B.F.A. Senior Studio I
326.001Graphic Design III
Research Interests & Areas
Ladan Bahmani’s research is on the concept of translation and language in the context of visual communication. She explores translation as a process that enables new modes of production and critique in both physical and digital spaces and within the practice and theory of graphic design. Her work involves topics such as hybridity of languages, diversity, and the fluidity of language borders. She uses the opportunities that both analog and digital forms offer to create installations, motion videos, and interactive designs.
2021 Electronic Visualization and the Arts, EVA London Conference, London, England Paper:– Finding Rhythm Amidst Disruption: Visualizing Translations of Time Co-authored with Professor Ladan Bahmani and Professor Annie Sungkajun
2021 Re Connect, MODE Design Education Summit, Boston, Singapore, New Zealand Paper:– Finding Rhythm Amidst Disruption: Reconnecting Through Cultural Translations of Time and Motion Co-authored with Professor Ladan Bahmani and Professor Annie Sungkajun