A reflection on the meaning of what is plausible in times of climate change and technological acceleration.
During the pandemic, memes have offered a way to cope with the crisis and weave a collective narrative.
The climate summit comes in the midst of both the climate emergency and distrust in the results of the “diploclimatic conferences”.
Technological solutions often side-step the complexity of the systemic problems they face.
Conspiranoic thinking is a mirror of our collective fears and fuels mistrust in enemies both without and within.
A critical reflection on the limits of the conception of an interconnected cosmos in the Anthropocene era.
Josep Pedrals | Inés Macpherson | Cris Zhang Yu | Irene Pujadas
In a world saturated with euphemisms, we invite three writers and a poet to share their particular crumpled metaphor.
The internet is often the only way to access large chunks of a hidden history of film that is in danger of being forgotten.
We look at the acceleration of reproduction offered by some digital tools and its relation with the early decades of the cinema.
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.
Ivan Pintor Iranzo
We take a look at TikTok, an infinite scroll platform where consumption and production are the same thing.