Cristina Romera Castillo
The ocean can help mitigate the effects of the climate crisis, but only if we protect it and restore the damage we have caused.
A Welcoming Apocalypse
The end of the world began to excite me in a way that was theoretical and perverse – it was like sucking on a never-ending sweet.
Mar Santamaria: “The city is the artifact and the strategy that will enable collective survival”
An interview with architect and urban planner Mar Santamaria on the present and future challenges of contemporary cities, public policies, data and urban rights.
Toward a “Bacterial Turn” in Art, Architecture and Design
The urban design project "Geo-LLum" proposes an experimental bacteria-powered public lightening system in Barcelona’s El Clot neighbourhood.
Pollution Topologies. Can Extinction Have Measure?
A parable on extinction and pollution and how they can be measured.
Glasgow – The Last Posthumous Summit?
The climate summit comes in the midst of both the climate emergency and distrust in the results of the “diploclimatic conferences”.
The Limits of a World in Relation
A critical reflection on the limits of the conception of an interconnected cosmos in the Anthropocene era.
Maria Arnal | María Sánchez | Irene Solà
A story of fish and nature, of drought and reservoirs, of stones and voices, based on the words of Donna Haraway.
Terraforming the Earth, Redesigning the World
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 accelerationist noise of petro-masculinity
The authoritarian exaltation of the combustion engine by certain male sectors is seen as an accelerationist statement of intent.
Jeanette Winterson: “I believe in human beings, even though they have done some terrible things”
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.
Carolin Emcke: “We need a language of utopia to accompany our discontent”
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.