Paul Soulellis (New York, NY) explores memory and representation through photography, typography, language and the book form. Current work includes Weymouths, a twelve-book project commissioned for the 2012 B-side Multimedia Arts Festival, to be installed in Weymouth, England for the London2012 Cultural Olympiad. Recent projects include 273 Relics for John Cage (A Likeness Is an Aid to Memory) at the University of North Carolina (2011), Memory Palace at the American Academy in Rome (2011) and Venetian Suite (2010), a four-book study of sequence, structure and urban narrative. He founded the strategic design firm Soulellis Studio in 2001 and as a creative director produces award-winning work for clients like TED, Cornell University, Esri and the Rockefeller Foundation. He is a graduate of Cornell University's College of Architecture, Art and Planning.