I’m Tiziana Alocci, an award-winning Italian information designer, data artist, and lecturer based in London. I have worked commercially for over a decade as an information designer, collaborating with creative studios, brands, and art organisations worldwide. In this capacity, my scope of work spans from interactive data experiences to printed editorial data visualizations, with clients including the BBC, the British Library, Corriere della Sera, Wired UK, the Open Data Institute (ODI), and RCS MediaGroup.
In 2017, I co-founded Market Cafe Magazine, the world’s first independent magazine entirely dedicated to data visualization. The publication, sold in over 20 independent bookstores globally, has featured some of the world’s leading figures in data and information design. In 2017 was recognised at the Kantar ‘Information Is Beautiful’ Awards with a Gold Award. This editorial work follows an established career in public speaking and lecturing. I have been an Associate Lecturer at the University of the Arts London since 2018, amongst other international guest lecturing posts at Ravensbourne University London (UK), Chelsea College of Arts (UK), Hyper Island (Sweden), Winchester School of Art (UK), Data Ninja School (Italy), Università di Bologna (Italy), ArtEZ University of the Arts (The Netherlands), The Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (Hungary). I regularly speak at prominent information design industry events internationally.
Born and raised between the sea and the “vicoli” of Genoa, I live and work in East London, where I run my studio, a laboratory for data-driven stories and audio-visual experiences playing with pixels, data, sound and music, regularly falling in love with new forms of art.