Across nearly 40 years of design innovation, Bruce Mau has worked as a designer, innovator, educator, author and artist on a broad spectrum of projects in collaboration with the world’s leading brands, organizations, universities, governments, entrepreneurs, architects, renowned artists and fellow optimists.
He co-founded Massive Change Network (MCN), a global design consultancy based in the Chicago area, alongside Aiyemobisi “Bisi” Williams, gaining international recognition for its expertise and innovation across a wide range of collaborative projects.
Mau self-published “The Incomplete Manifesto for Growth” – his offering, incomplete, of a way of thinking about how to sustain a creative life. This 43-point statement has been translated into dozens of languages and serves as a beacon for creatives. He has co-authored several books and contributed to the development and design of more than 250 books for Art Gallery of Ontario, Gagosian, Getty Research Institute, Mark Francis, Frank Gehry, Douglas Gordon, James Lahey and Claes Oldenburg and others.