Information Office is a graphic design and art services company based in Vancouver, Canada. The office develops identity programs, books, publications, packaging, exhibition design, signage systems, websites, and media applications for clients in cultural industries.
Information Office is a design and art services company based in Vancouver, Canada. The office develops identity programs, books, publications, packaging, exhibition design, signage systems, websites, and media applications for clients in the cultural sector. Information Office places special emphasis on its art publishing. We offer a suite of integrated services from conceptualization, design, editing, printing and promotion of publications.
Clients include Schinkel Pavillon (Berlin), Vancouver Art Gallery, The Vinyl Factory UK, Burnaby Art Gallery, Walter Phillips Gallery at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, SFU Galleries, Simon Fraser University, Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery, White Columns (New York), Hauser & Wirth (Zürich), Lisson Gallery (London), The Power Plant (Toronto), University of British Columbia, Art Gallery of Alberta, Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Ikon Gallery (Birmingham), Presentation House Gallery, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Or Gallery, Museu Picasso (Barcelona), Seattle Art Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston), University of California (Berkeley), and The Museum of Modern Art (New York)
Derek Barnett has nineteen years of experience as a graphic designer and art director working in London, New York, Toronto, and Vancouver. Barnett’s investigative approach utilizes varied strategies of communication and visual design to foster an evocative and conceptually rigorous practice.
Jonathan Middleton has worked extensively in the not-for-profit contemporary art sector, including seventeen years experience as a contemporary art curator, organizing exhibitions and projects in Vancouver, Berlin, Montreal, Seattle, and Melbourne. Middleton was the founding publisher of the contemporary art journal Fillip and has worked in an advisory capacity with Canada Council for the Arts, BC Arts Council, Emily Carr University of Art & Design, The Sobey Art Foundation, and National Gallery of Canada.
Victoria Lum is a Vancouver-based graphic designer specializing in contemporary art publishing. She has worked for design studios and artist-run initiatives including Fillip, New Documents, Project Space, and PAARC. As a designer, her projects have been specific to the formatting of information for art audiences in the form of publications or press materials, the latest being the graphic identity and art direction of Charcuterie Magazine, a small, multi-format periodical on experimental art and literature.
Ines Min (Communications) is a writer, content management specialist, and media relations expert who has worked with publications and nonprofit organizations in Seoul, Gwangju, and Vancouver. Min has contributed to Art+Auction, Modern Painters, artnet News, and Ocula, and managed public relations for the 10th Gwangju Biennale and the International Biennial Association.
If you are interested in a position in design, production, management, or web development please send a résumé along with a link to a downloadable PDF or website showcasing previous work.