Ivan Pintor Iranzo
We take a look at TikTok, an infinite scroll platform where consumption and production are the same thing.
Ambient music, field recordings and the exploration of silence – three exercises for investigating the constant noise of urban chaos and digital overload
For both ends of the telephone line, the call centre means giving up empathy and understanding.
The authoritarian exaltation of the combustion engine by certain male sectors is seen as an accelerationist statement of intent.
In light of her latest book, we talk with the English author about some of the most important challenges of today: the climate crisis, Brexit, and the rise of the extreme right.
Ekhi L. de la Granja
Is a world possible where robots do everything, while we simply enjoy life? We consider how automation will affect us, based on the book “Fully Automated Luxury Communism. A Manifesto” by Aaron Bastani.
A look at today’s hyperconnected society of social media, cognitive capitalism and algorithms through the lens of the work of Guy Debord.
Henry Giroux: “Those arguing that education should be neutral are really arguing for a version of education in which nobody is accountable”
An interview with founder of critical pedagogy Henry Giroux on the meaning of education, suspicions regarding neutrality and on how current uncertainties could be a driving force to rethink and generate new possibilities.
A conversation with this journalist, who is a specialist in economics and the author of “Postcapitalism”, which looks at the structural changes of our economic system and the real possibilities of imagining a world beyond it.
A conversation with philosopher Helen Hester about xenofeminism, a gender technomaterialist proposal that aims to offer tools for a collectively construction of a new post-capitalist world.
Cultural capitalism is fuelled by the enthusiasm of those who seek to earn a living from research and creativity in cultural or academic occupations.