Helen Hester: “Biology is not destiny, it can be technologically transformed”
A conversation with philosopher Helen Hester about xenofeminism, a gender technomaterialist proposal that aims to offer tools for a collectively construction of a new post-capitalist world.
Presenting evidence in public
We look at the cases of Bellingcat and Forensic Architectures, two approaches to digital culture that attempt to rescue critical thinking through the use of open-source tools from the attention economy.
Open Mapping in Africa: Community Spirit and the Common Good
Open mapping communities in Africa show how it is possible, through open data, to contribute to social development in places that government and businesses do not reach.
Sara Ahmed | Bea Lozano
When feminist conscience is associated with a kind of misfortune, can we consider the happiness of women outside of the dominant social ideals?
Towards a Data Commons
Enric Senabre | Mayo Fuster Morell
Implications for the whole of society of the data policies of collaborative economy platforms.
Pedro Inoue: “The innocent bystander no longer exists”
Felipe G. Gil
We talk with the creative director of the magazine Adbusters who dissects the relationships between narrative and politics, science fiction and reality, and the left and pop culture.
Two Self-Managed Grecs
What can we learn from the first two editions of the Grec, a self-managed, egalitarian and ground-breaking festival at the height of political and cultural upheaval?
In the future, we will be able to automate some of the tasks of government, and have tools that allow us to empower citizens and promote their participation.
I Am Not Your Periphery
The identities of the African diaspora and how in Europe, relations with otherness continue to be built under the social categories of race and gender.
Next Stop: City Station
The exhibition “After the End of the World” spreads out over the city of Barcelona through diverse citizen science actions that aim to improve the city’s environmental health.
Memes and Strange Politics
Emerging from the tension between the political and politics is a form of aesthetic expression that renews the debate in the public sphere.