|Danielle Aubert is a graphic designer whose work examines materials, methods of production, and specificity of place. She is the author of 16 Months' Worth of Drawings in Microsoft Excel (2006, Various Project). In 2009, she and Lana Cavar co-founded the International Typographical Union. Together with Maia Asshaq, they have made a series of projects that explore paper distribution and after-market paper and presented work in various venues including the School of Art Institute of Chicago, the Palais de Tokyo in Paris and Motto in Berlin. Also in 2009, Aubert, Cavar and Natasha Chandani launched the group Placement, which edited, wrote for and designed Thanks for the View, Mr. Mies (2012, Metropolis Books), about life in Lafayette Park, a residential district in Detroit designed by Mies van der Rohe. In 2008, Aubert began designing the quarterly journal Criticism, which in 2012 was selected to be a part of the 25th Brno Biennial of Graphic Design in the Czech Republic. She has worked since 2008 as an assistant professor at Wayne State University in Detroit. She is currently at Princeton University, where she is a Fellow in Creative and Performing Art at the Lewis Center for the Arts.