Stacy Seiler is the Art Editor of Irk Magazine, joining the publication in August 2016. An accomplished artist, designer, writer and Assistant Professor at Parsons School for Design, Stacy has been a pioneer in the design industry since 1997. She began her career as a web designer and programmer focused on the corporate identity and branding of Fortune 500 companies including: FOX, News Corporation, AIG and
For the past 11 years, Stacy has lectured on topics of Design Iteration, Typography, Information Visualization, Fashion and Fine Art at the esteemed Parsons School of Design, while balancing her time as a Contributing Writer of Arts and Culture at Downtown Magazine and a Docent of History and Preservation at Judd Foundation in New York City.
Through her research and drawings, Stacy’s art practice focuses on preserving the cultural past of New York City and beyond by exploring current issues of neglect and decay surrounding industrial architecture and its iconic connection to working-class communities. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally over the past 15 years.
Stacy graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art, with a BFA in Fine Arts and a Minor in Art History. She received her MFA in Fine Arts from Parsons. Her work can be found on stacyseiler.com along with her daily musings on Instagram @mywestvillagelife.