How the work of John Berger relates to generative AI applications which allow images to be created with a simple verbal command.
Are we talking about the end of love while being more obsessed than ever with loving?
Silvia Fehrmann: “Faced with the rise of fascism, generating networks and communities is more important than ever”
We talk with the journalist and cultural producer about the important role played by cultural institutions in weaving community.
Ignasi Torrent | Àlex Gómez-Marín
The growing popularity of virtual reality, and the metaverse in particular, invites us to critically rethink the vague contours of what we call reality.
The individualised focus of mental health and wellbeing tends to overlook social and political causes.
Begoña Gómez Urzaiz
How do we process feelings of cringe and fear of ridicule in times of hyper-exposure to social media?
Advances in neuroscience have improved our understanding of sleep and its importance for physical and mental functioning.
In what ways is it possible to subvert the dynamics of the culture industry embedded within a market society?
A conversation with the neuroscientist about the nature of consciousness, how it can be studied and the implications of understanding it.
Sound mapping, memory and resonance: three ways of relating to the world around us through sound.
The gut microbiota plays a key role in this continuous dialogue between the gut and the brain.
How the social experience of time is mediated by the technological advances and financial infrastructures of our society