Myriam Doremy Diatta is a New York City-based design practitioner whose work is focused on what is physical–objects and spaces–and critically examining its relationship with what is social, psychological, and political. Her experience in the fields of design, research, education, psychology, and most recently in the field of social justice informs her work at Matter–Mind Studio, a design consultancy dedicated to supporting people's emotional well-being. The heart of her work lies in her studio.

In 2015 she was awarded the opportunity to represent Parsons at the Design Indaba Conference in Cape Town, in 2014 she spoke at The Art of Research conference at Aalto University in Helsinki. In 2014, Doremy earned an MFA in Transdisciplinary Design from The New School. She has a degree in interior design and credits in industrial design from Syracuse University. 私は日本人です。Et je suis d'origine Sénégalaise, aussi.

Say hello. I deliberately make time for conversations and potential collaborations in my work week. Please feel free to be in touch.

doremydiatta@gmail.com

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