Roger Manau Flotats
We talk with the German philosopher and journalist about the need to heed the complex web of violences, of hate and of silences and the need to find words to fight it.
Tània Verge Mestre
Within the feminist movement various initiatives are in place to collect data, both quantitative and qualitative, to document gender inequalities and make them count.
Emerging from the dawn of the first Internet, today dank memes can be understood as an absurd expression that condenses the spirt of our times and as an expression of fury that boycotts the marketing logic of the Internet.
A look at today’s hyperconnected society of social media, cognitive capitalism and algorithms through the lens of the work of Guy Debord.
A conversation about the point from which writing departs, with one of the main voices from a generation of writers who live between Latin America and the United States.
Some 54% of the contents on the Internet are in English. We wonder about the rest of the languages, taking as a starting point the case of the African continent, where a third of the world’s languages are spoken and cultural activists take advantage of the digital environment to defend it.
On the centenary of its foundation, we trace the influence of the Bauhaus in such diverse spheres as education, innovation and digital culture.
Marta Duran Arranz
An attempt to define the most popular generation of the moment, comparing it with the adjacent generations and analysing the phenomenon elsewhere on the planet.
Mari Luz Esteban
A defence of dialogue between different generations of feminists in order to reflect on the theory and practice of the feminism movement.
Renata Ávila: “The Internet of creation disappeared. Now we have the Internet of surveillance and control”
An interview with this specialist in human rights, technology and freedom of expression to discuss how today’s societies are advancing to the drumbeat of “digital colonialism”.
Enric Pérez Canals
About when Erwin Schrödinger published an article and taught two lectures in Spain and about the meaning of the question and the metaphor in popular science.