Jürg Lehni, born 1978, Lucerne, lives and works in London and Switzerland. He studied at ETH Zurich (1998 ~ 1999), HyperWerk, Basel (1999 – 2001), ECAL, Lausanne (2001 – 2004). Working collaboratively across disciplines, his work often deals with the nuances between technology, tools and the human condition. His interests have lead to projects in various fields, a partnership with the Swiss type foundry Lineto.com, a research residency at Sony's SET Laboratory, Tokyo (2006), and a series of exhibitions, including: A Recent History of Writing and Drawing, ICA, London (2008); Things to Say, Kunsthalle St. Gallen, Switzerland (2009), Things in the Air, Bell Park, Kriens, Switzerland (2009), Empty Words, Swiss Institute, New York (2009). He has lectured and conducted workshops at Yale School of Art and Design, The Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam; ECAL Lausanne, Switzerland; HGKZ Zurich, Switzerland and The Royal College of Art, London.