César Reyes Nájera | Ethel Baraona Pohl
Most of everything that makes up the universe is unknown to us. Can we speculate about what human perception of dark matter would be like?
We talk to the South African artist about segregation, the echoes of colonialism and the anti-racist struggle.
Jose Valenzuela Ruiz
How can we understand the idea of intelligence in a plant or an octopus by means of our human consciousness?
In these times of social media and constant public display, what place is left for diaries?
Neus Miró | Aída Esther Bueno Sarduy | Lucía Piedra Galarraga | Beatriz Leal Riesco
We invite an art critic, a specialist in contemporary African film, an anthropologist and documentary maker, and a researcher of anti-racist activism to share their insight into William Kentridge.
Climate emergency is forcing us to harness our ability to intervene in planetary processes and direct it at repairing the damage caused to the planet.
The authoritarian exaltation of the combustion engine by certain male sectors is seen as an accelerationist statement of intent.
The change in behaviour of big media platforms sparks reflection on the ethical regulation of information.
Mathilde Betoret | Gérard Martorell
We analyse the evolution during the pandemic of cultural heritage institutions around the world.
COVID-19 has reminded us of the importance of the home while favouring in-depth changes in our ways of inhabiting it.
The absurd, the paradox and humour are some of the links between the work of the South African artist and the Dada movement.
Tonatiuh López: “The mistake that museums make is wanting to create an audience; life is already created, so just deal with it”
We talk with Tonatiuh López about the Museo Arte Contemporáneo Ecatepec, a Project that occupies the public space to generate interaction with the community.