Marc Mela

He holds a degree in Physics from the University of Barcelona, and is in his final year of a degree in Philosophy, which he combines with teaching at the CIC-ELISAVA school in Barcelona.

He has undertaken work experience at the CCCBLab and collaborated on the production of the “Stories Lab” for Kosmopolis 2019. His most recent activities include co-curation of the exhibition “Losing time and acquiring a clock for this purpose”, within the framework of the 2018 call of the visual arts programme promoted by the Can Felipa Civic Centre.


A more human posthumanism?

Marc Mela

We are immersed in scientific and technological transformations that are affecting the human condition itself. What is the meaning of tendencies such as posthumanism? How should we think about this “afterness”?