Liina Lember is a multidisciplinary designer from Estonia.
She speaks a visual language of shapes, colours and materials. She aims to bridge the gap between science, art and design.
She explores subjects as broad as existing social norms, relationships with and understanding of other-than-human users, emerging technologies, anthropology, ecosystems and biodiversity.
Her practice emphasizes experimentation, research and questioning the liminal space between plausible futures and alternative realities.
With a background in interior design and illustration, her work provokes discussion and engages people in a playful manner through objects, experiences, illustrations and imaginative spaces. She uses space, mixed media, illustrations, photography, video, interviews, social experiments and material exploration as a part of her research process that guides and evolves her work.
She has graduated from interior design BA(Hons) course at the Glasgow School of Art in 2016. In June 2021, she graduated from the Royal College of Art Information Experience Design course in London and is currently living and working London. She has previously lived, worked, studied in Glasgow, Paris, Dubai and Berlin.
Shortlisted student project
Artsthread Global Design Graduate Show 2021
MAB Media Architecture Biennale 2021
KooZ/Arch Student Award Nominee
Narrative Design Winner 2021
Storybook on Coronavirus for Children
D’Source Corona Design Challenge
IDC School of Design, IIT Bombay India
Highly commended for “Best student studio degree project in the UK”
Interior Educators UK, Free Range, London 2016
The Chairman’s medal: outstanding design school student
Glasgow School of Art 2016
Douglas Clerk Memorial prize, Glasgow School of Art
BBC Scotland meeting room wall mural design 2014
J D Kelly Memorial Prize, Interior Design, Glasgow School of Art
07/2021 BEEP-BEEP IED group show, Menier Gallery in London
07/2021 Mutuality in the Biosphere workshop with Nirit Ben-Meir Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer, In collaboration with Collective Matter