Meryl Keioskie


Meryl Keioskie currently works at the Arts, Education & Law Group–Griffith University (GC & QCA) as a Sessional lecturer, and Drawing Tutor. Her research interests are vested in Design Research–wherein, the symbiosis of both research and creativity intertwine to address socio-political issues. She is currently studying a Doctor of Philosophy: Graphic Arts & Design Studies. She is due to graduate in February 2023. She is officially diagnosed with high-functioning autism (Asperger’s Syndrome), which serves as one of the motivators toward the work that she does.

Field: Design
Institution: Queensland College of Art

Conference Schedule

Public space, public art, domestic space in public

Title of Paper
Comics as communication: Developing more awareness and understanding of high-functioning autistic individuals, through depiction of their lived- experience