Cristina Romera Castillo
The ocean can help mitigate the effects of the climate crisis, but only if we protect it and restore the damage we have caused.
Pankaj Mishra: “Modernisation is offered as a liberation, and yet it comes with many psychic costs”
Elisabet Goula Sardà
We talk to the renowned Indian author and writer about the complex relations between the West and the Global South.
A Welcoming Apocalypse
The end of the world began to excite me in a way that was theoretical and perverse – it was like sucking on a never-ending sweet.
Towards Geo-Situated Listening
Sound mapping, memory and resonance: three ways of relating to the world around us through sound.
Mar Santamaria: “The city is the artifact and the strategy that will enable collective survival”
An interview with architect and urban planner Mar Santamaria on the present and future challenges of contemporary cities, public policies, data and urban rights.
Toward a “Bacterial Turn” in Art, Architecture and Design
The urban design project "Geo-LLum" proposes an experimental bacteria-powered public lightening system in Barcelona’s El Clot neighbourhood.
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?
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.
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?
Whitehead and Today’s Worlds
The renewed wave of interest in Alfred North Whitehead has revived a number of ideas that are still able to disentangle the complexities and uncertainties of our world.
Pollution Topologies. Can Extinction Have Measure?
A parable on extinction and pollution and how they can be measured.