Rosa Llop is a designer, teacher, author and researcher. His professional and artistic practice responds to the need to question the constructs that delimit and pre-define the role of the designer in the post-digital society. Rosa uses research as a strategy to observe contemporaneity, paying special attention to creative processes and representation policies.
Its three main lines of research are the systematization of visual language, criticism of the interface and the processes of collective creation. Within the framework of these three axes the formalization of their work has a transdisciplinary nature that goes from narrative to the processual, going through the objectual.
Among his recent works include the book "I also want to be John Cage", finalist at the DocField Awards of the Galeria Fotocolectania (2018) and exhibited in the collective exhibition "Go and Go back to Brossa" Cultural Center el Carme, Badalona 2018 He has obtained the Research and Residence Residence Scholarship within the framework of the European Project "Iterations" whose objective is to reflect on artistic collaboration and collective work in the context of a network society (Hangar, Constant , Esc and Transformatory, 2018-2020). He has participated in the drafting of the Manifesto for a Critical Approach to the interface in the framework of the European project "Participation for Investigation of Public Engaging Spaces" (Hangar, ZKM, Brainz, 2016) and in the publication of the book "A graphic system for book covers. Towards a language of parameters "Gustavo Gili, 2014.
At the moment the master's degree in Production and Artistic Research of the University of Barcelona (2018-2019) ends with a research project on the mediations of artistic practices in the processes of innovation. This investigation is formalized from two exercises. On the one hand, the design of collective thought processes that include different artistic practices, and on the other the elaboration of field notebooks in which to reflect on the design understood as a relational exercise involving objects , people, knowledge and processes. The final objective of this research is to explore journeys for the development of a design-centered design methodology.