Samanta Schweblin: “The Latin American women authors of my generation feel the joy of having arrived at a party in full swing”
We talk to the Argentinian writer about her work, halfway between realism and science fiction.
A reflection on the consequences of losing our trust in everything we read and watch in the media.
We delve into the worlds of a writer of unclassifiable works that give wing to our imaginations.
We talk to the filmmaker about his particular understanding of film, inextricably entwined with his life.
Stories that nurture, invent, improvise and discover new ways of living, while reflecting on what is plausible in times of climate change and technological acceleration.
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.
Conspiranoic thinking is a mirror of our collective fears and fuels mistrust in enemies both without and within.
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.
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.