Communication Design Glasgow School of Design

Mathilde N’Doye (she/her)

Working with various communities, my practice is embedded in addressing socio political issues. Through a multidisciplinary approach I explore issues that are often underrepresented, creating space for marginalised voices to be heard in an open and accessible manner. My position is one which works collaboratively toward socially aware outcomes that promote open dialogues and alternative thinking.

Contact
mathilde_ndoye@hotmail.com
mathilde_ndoye@hotmail.com
@ndoyemathilde
Mathilde N'Doye
mathilde_ndoye@hotmail.com
Works
Beyond the Table
Whilst we Wait

Beyond the Table

Beyond the Table is a collaboration between Glasgow-based community organisations that educate, supply and involve food in their work.

Exploring the relationship that food has to community empowerment this publication is a culmination of recipes and conversations, celebrating and sharing the skills and knowledge of the diverse cultures and cuisines the exist in our city.

Whilst we Wait

There are an estimated 11 million people living in unsafe homes in the UK. The End our Cladding Scandal campaign calls on the Government to lead an urgent, national effort to fix the spiralling cladding and building safety crisis. Millions of high rises contain unsafe materials that make the buildings highly flammable. Residents in unsafe buildings have been presented with significant bills for remedial works or fire patrols, with some being made bankrupt, and many are unable to sell their homes. 4 years on from Grenfell, cladding action groups continuously campaign for their safety after being abandoned with an issue they did not create.

‘Whilst we wait’ is a collaboration between myself and UK cladding action groups on a series of banners that assist their campaign. An estimated £15bn is required to fix the problem- to date a mere £4.5bn has been provided by the government to help residents whilst the UK’s 5 largest developers have made a total £20bn profit since the Grenfell tragedy.

This project is ongoing – a stark reminder of the reality that is being lived by millions of people across the UK with little help from the government. I am excited to be working alongside the cladding groups  and the national leaseholders campaign on a #LeaseholdersTogether rally to be held on the 15th July 2021 in Central London.