Corin Gisel is a Swiss designer, writer, and researcher. Corin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from Gerrit Rietveld Academie in the Netherlands and a Master’s degree in Cultural Publishing from Zurich University of the Arts in Switzerland. Corin’s writing covers topics such as design education, dress culture, the digitalisation of the museum, LGBTQ+ button badges, and money as a medium for political opposition. Next to teaching and lecturing at festivals and in school, Corin also co-conceived the book Taking a Line for a Walk published by Spector Books Leipzig in 2016, and co-edited the book Protest. The Aesthetics of Resistance published by Lars Müller Publishers in 2018. Together with Nina Paim, Corin founded common-interest.