Slow Thinking hopes to promote bilateral relationships with non-human entities who live and communicate on different timescales.
The space of possible minds
If our experience is limited to our own bodies, how can we think about non-human minds?
Immersion in the Metaverse
Inés Macpherson | Enric Luján | Jose Valenzuela Ruiz | Proyecto UNA | Antònia Folguera
We propose a creative game in which several authors delve freely into the concept and dilemmas of the metaverse.
Judit Carrera: “The purpose of cultural centres is to generate connections”
Mathieu Potte-Bonneville (Centre Pompidou) and Judit Carrera (CCCB) talk about the future of cultural institutions.
When the (institutional) cure is worse than the (mental) illness
Jose Valenzuela Ruiz
On how mental institutions went from being places of isolation to centres that are open to society, politics and art.
What insects think about
Javier A. Canteros
Have we been dismissive in our reckoning of insect intelligence? Studies of their cognitive abilities reveal a surprising mind.
Samanta Schweblin: “The Latin American women authors of my generation feel the joy of having arrived at a party in full swing”
Begoña Gómez Urzaiz
We talk to the Argentinian writer about her work, halfway between realism and science fiction.
Looking for traffic lights in a CAPTCHA
We are all desperately trying to make sense of things, the question is how to embrace derangement and to avoid paralysis.
Are Viruses Alive?
Roc Jiménez de Cisneros | Serafín Álvarez
A conversation between two artists to explore the limits of language and the taxonomies of life.
Wolf, Wolf! Alarm Over Disinformation and The Liar’s Dividend
A reflection on the consequences of losing our trust in everything we read and watch in the media.
The Costs of Digital Utopia
What if the costs of sticking to the “there is no alternative” agenda of techno-capitalism are considerably higher than we have assumed?