Toni Llàcer is a multidisciplinary researcher in Social Sciences. He holds a PhD in Sociology by Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, where he has worked as a member of the group GSADI. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Universitat Pompeu Fabra and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Universitat de Barcelona (Academic Excellence Award). He is professor in Elisava and consultant for several projects and institutions, like Domestic Data Streamers or the FADfest.
“Design can’t be understood without the kind of society in which it is embedded. So, in order to face the current social and ecological challenges, designers must reflect on the economic and political structures that have brought us here. This analysis will allow them to provide solutions that address the causes of problems, and not just their consequences.”
MADD Codirector, guides the Data Representation project and the semester project Information Systems