Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey is a graphic designer, writer and publisher based in London who currently spends most of his time as Head of Design at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. He studied Typography & Graphic Communication at Reading University, attended the experimental graduate school Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem, and was awarded a Practice-based PhD in Fine Art, also from Reading University. He is one-half of the artist duo Dexter Sinister along with David Reinfurt, and a quarter of archiving/publishing platform The Serving Library along with David, Francesca Bertolotti-Bailey and Vincenzo Latronico. He co-founded and -edited the left-field arts journal Dot Dot Dot in 2000, and continues to edit its successor The Serving Library Annual (formerly Bulletins of The Serving Library, since 2011), both of which are fully archived at www.servinglibrary.org. Dexter Sinister have been involved in exhibitions at venues including Museo Jumex in Mexico City (2016), Kunstverein Munchen (2015), Kunsthaus Bregenz (2015), Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius (2014), 55° Biennale di Venezia (2013), the Museum of Modern Art (2012), Artists Space in New York (2011), and the Whitney Biennial (2008). Their writing and other work has been published in the Dexter Sinister books Notes on the Type, Time, Letters & Spirits (Sternberg, 2017), On a Universal Serial Bus* (ROMA, 2015), and Portable Document Format (Sternberg, 2010), as well as on the memory stick Universal Serial Bus (Sternberg, 2015). He has variously taught art and design for extended periods at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, OTIS college in Los Angeles, and the University of Art & Design in Geneva.