Anthony Masure is head of the Institute for Research in Art & Design (IRAD) at HEAD – Genève. He is an applied arts agrégé and a former student of the Design Department of the ENS Paris-Saclay as well as an associate member of the LLA-CRÉATIS laboratory at the University of Toulouse – Jean Jaurès (France). His thesis in aesthetics in programme design (2014) was directed by philosopher Pierre-Damien Huyghe at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. His personal research focuses on the social, political and aesthetic implications of digital technologies. Masure also co-founded the research journals Back Office and Réel-Virtuel and is the author of the essay Design et humanités numériques (B42 publishers, 2017).