Samanta Schweblin: “The Latin American women authors of my generation feel the joy of having arrived at a party in full swing”
We talk to the Argentinian writer about her work, halfway between realism and science fiction.
We are all desperately trying to make sense of things, the question is how to embrace derangement and to avoid paralysis.
Roc Jiménez de Cisneros | Serafín Álvarez
A conversation between two artists to explore the limits of language and the taxonomies of life.
A reflection on the consequences of losing our trust in everything we read and watch in the media.
What if the costs of sticking to the “there is no alternative” agenda of techno-capitalism are considerably higher than we have assumed?
Efraín Foglia | Ferran Esteve | Lucía Lijtmaer | Luis Paadín | Óscar Marín Miró | Ramon Mas Baucells
We invited several authors to explain what this quote by Arthur C. Clarke conjures up for them.
We review the origins and principal identifying features of this musical genre, strongly linked to digital technologies and the Internet.
Henry Giroux: “Those arguing that education should be neutral are really arguing for a version of education in which nobody is accountable”
An interview with founder of critical pedagogy Henry Giroux on the meaning of education, suspicions regarding neutrality and on how current uncertainties could be a driving force to rethink and generate new possibilities.
The Internet has gone from being a utopia where everything was possible to a place full of angry people obsessed with their own representation
Laura Benítez Valero
Speculative stories are all the rage, but when they avoid commitment they lose the power conferred upon them by the fictional.
Design fiction enables us to imagine and critically explore possibilities for the future through tangible objects.
A reflection on the meaning of what is plausible in times of climate change and technological acceleration.
Oriol Arnedo Casas
In the throes of the post-truth era, a new generation of designers have started to use fiction in their creative work as a means for speculating about the nature of the reality that surrounds us.
Visualizations contribute to creating our social imaginaries and expectations, and therefore have an impact on the construction of future realities.
Timothy Morton represents the heirs of the planet, human and non-human, whose existence will be determined by what we do and how we think from now on.
We cast an analytical eye over several projects that question the Western perspective of space and offer a series of images to decolonise the future.
Afrofuturism is an artistic and cultural movement that has been calling for a new identity for decades through the science fiction and historical fantasy genres.
Diary of the installation of the Newton Machine on the island of Eday (Scotland), a project that challenges the energy culture through citizen participation.
Half a decade after it first appeared, we take stock of this internet-based music genre and explore its critique of consumer culture.