Louise Permiin (Denmark) is an informative resource designer, postgraduate as Master in Social Design from the Design Academy Eindhoven. She aims to translate how societal issues and behaviours impact the body and the environment through colours, a visual and poetic resource layered with information.
Her graduation project Peeing, Processing, Producing is an informative archive of self-produced textile dyes made from urine. Exhibited at Istanbul Biennial 2018. Her interest in the meaning of colours came with her project Pink flamingo, researching the past 20 years difference in the greater flamingo coloured appearance, due to changing weather conditions. A project exhibited in Luma 2017 in Arles, France. With an open approach and sensibility she aims to bring attention to our surroundings and reflection regarding our daily impact on the environment. She is currently based in Denmark, DK.