With their work, artists anticipate and prefigure the fundamental questions surrounding the future of humanity and its drift.
We talk to the South African artist about segregation, the echoes of colonialism and the anti-racist struggle.
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.
The absurd, the paradox and humour are some of the links between the work of the South African artist and the Dada movement.
Away from human-centred forms of knowledge production, the pandemic opens up the possibility of speculation about more-than-human forms of storytelling
On the centenary of its foundation, we trace the influence of the Bauhaus in such diverse spheres as education, innovation and digital culture.
Science and art may find common ground in the drive to conduct serious scientific research through shared experiences.
What does it mean to intersect our everyday world with the seemingly counter-intuitive field of quantum science? And how have these entanglements been interrogated through art?
Ricard Espelt | Enric Senabre
An artistic and co-creation intervention at El Konvent in Berga which reflects on the hidden aspects of consumption and the traceability of food products.
Arts and climate science collaboration can contribute to reach an audience as wide and varied as possible.
Why use an a priori scientific term to describe a place for artistic creation? What does the existence of these spaces mean?
Gonzalo de Lucas
The main commercial and promotional objectives of the Internet force a multitude of windows that hinder ideological control of the transit of the videos.