Beyond the boom in audio formats, voice and sound could configure a new relationship between humans and machines.
Away from human-centred forms of knowledge production, the pandemic opens up the possibility of speculation about more-than-human forms of storytelling
From a feminist perspective, we offer a critical analysis of the machine learning of artificial intelligences to find more equitable practices.
We review the visual symptoms of the pandemic, its representation by individuals, politicians, media and the entertainment sector, and the dilemma posed by combining these with the personalised tracking of the population.
A confined writer keeps himself entertained by rearranging his private library and seeking refuge in books as windows to other worlds.
We bring together different voices that are searching for new ways of conceiving of humanity and its relation with the ecosystems of which it forms part, taking into account the complexity and richness of plant and animal intelligences, and of artificial intelligence.
Hugo Muñoz Gris | Lucas Ramada Prieto
If play gives us the world and through play we make the world ours, we are offering you a series of tips and videogames to make this possible.
Theories such as actor-network theory, flat or object-oriented ontologies and hyperobjects, question the central role of human beings in the conception of the classic natural order.
Víctor Recort | Berta Gómez Santo Tomás | Albert Lloreta | João França | Joana Moll | Tania Adam | Lucas Ramada Prieto | Toni Navarro | Míriam Hatibi
Some inspiration to lift our mood during the days of confinement we’re experiencing in certain parts of the world.
We talk to the scriptwriter of video games and science-fiction author about their narrative potential and the challenges still facing this digital format.
On the need for considering new world visions geared towards a resilience and a more adequate position at this planetary time.