Laetitia
Paroz

Projects

Laetitia Paroz – A–Z du sexisme linguistique

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Laetitia Paroz – A–Z du sexisme linguistique

Diploma project by Laetitia Paroz

Linguistic sexism expresses the gender-based discriminatory nature of some words and expressions in language. After drawing up an alphabetical list of misogynous terms in French such as “blondasse” (blonde bimbo), “pute” (whore) or “sorcière” (witch), I carried out research on each term, allowing me to take a variety of informative, funny, absurd or first-degree approaches to the word depending on its definition. This work took the shape of a book featuring a rich diversity of content. Page after page, archival images, rap punchlines and historical texts are mixed with series of popular images. The whole forms a book that questions and challenges readers according to their own sensitivity.

Editorial design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Editorial design

Studio project with Gilles Gavillet, Jonathan Hares

Communication of an event

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Communication of an event

Studio project with Diego Bontognali, Nicole Udry

Information design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Information design

Studio project with Angelo Benedetto

For the information design course the students have been asked to design a cartographic poster based on a film in the road movie genre, in a direct or abstract representation.

Typography Design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Typography Design

Studio project with Aurèle Sack

Editorial Design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Editorial Design

Studio project with Diego Bontognali

Typography Design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Typography Design

Studio project with Aurèle Sack

Design Context

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Design Context

Studio project with Nicole Udry

1,15m²

GRAPHIC DESIGN

1,15m²

Workshop with Sacha Léopold (Syndicat)

During this workshop week, the students worked on the curation, mediation and placement of their own exhibition. The students selected a corpus of works from the iconographic and textual collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, both based in New York. The exhibition space, 1.15m² (refering to the surface area of an F4 poster) is printable, hangable and foldable. It is both a surface but also a base or a volume. The students' results question the means of reproduction and representation of the works in the design of an exhibition.

Moins Zéro

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Moins Zéro

Workshop with Denis Roueche, Prune Simon-Vermot

During 4 days, the students in the first year of the Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design and Photography were confronted with the weather in the Far North of La Chaux-de-Fond and presented the results of their work in the form of a giant calendar at QUARTIER GENERAL. With the participation of students: Pauline Baldinetti, Ines Barrionuevo, David Benito Py, Alexandre Brunisholz, Emma Chapuis, Lucien Grandjean, Hugo Hectus, Elena Najdovski, Julie Neuhaus, Laetitia Paroz, Guillaume Pavia, Caroline Perrenoud, Amanda Puna, Alizée Quinche, Clara Roumegoux, Steven Rüthy, Julie Ryser, Guillaume Schilter, Samuel Schmidt, Timo Tiffert, Laura Trummer, Adeline Vermot, Loris Wahler, Justine Willa Teachers: Denis Roueche, Prune Simon Vermot Assistants: Amaury Hamon, Clément Lambelet, Olivia Schenker

Workshop with Giliane Cachin

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Workshop with Giliane Cachin

Workshop with Giliane Cachin, Amaury Hamon

Poster design communicating a fictitious opening of editorial publications.

 Communication of a press article

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Communication of a press article

Studio project with Nicole Udry

Communication of a chosen press article. Second year course of graphic design in context, centered on image creation and editorial design.

Editorial Design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Editorial Design

Studio project with Harry Bloch

Image creation

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Image creation

Studio project with Guy Meldem

Tourism

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Tourism

Workshop with Nicolas Haeni, Robert Huber

Graphic designer Robert Huber and photographer Nicolas Haeni piloted a transversal workshop between the first years Bachelor Graphic Design and Photography. By joining their complementary skills, several groups of students selected a swiss tourism-related activity, offering an alternative and offbeat vision in edition form.

Workshop Gilles de Brock

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Workshop Gilles de Brock

Workshop by Pauline Baldinetti, Inés Barrionuevo, Emilie Bouchet, Emma Chapuis, Isabel Garcia Argos, Hugo Hectus, Elena Najdovski, Julie Neuhaus, Thaïs Nguyen Huu, Lynne Nougou, Laetitia Paroz, Guillaume Pavia, Ares Pedroli, Amanda Puna, Julie Ryser, Samuel Schmidt, Timo Tiffert, Laura Trummer, Adeline Vermot

Screenprinting workshop supervised by Gilles de brock, assisted by Sylvain Croci-Torti