Samanta Schweblin: “The Latin American women authors of my generation feel the joy of having arrived at a party in full swing”
We talk to the Argentinian writer about her work, halfway between realism and science fiction.
During the pandemic, memes have offered a way to cope with the crisis and weave a collective narrative.
The absurd, the paradox and humour are some of the links between the work of the South African artist and the Dada movement.
We talk with the trio of stage directors behind Rimini Protokoll, an avant-garde German company that has pushed theatre beyond its boundaries.
Felipe G. Gil
A democratic source of collective creativity, memes define our digital culture through transformative practices.
Singer-songwriter reflects on creative processes, the relationship between music and literature, and autofiction.
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.
What can we learn from the first two editions of the Grec, a self-managed, egalitarian and ground-breaking festival at the height of political and cultural upheaval?
Emerging from the tension between the political and politics is a form of aesthetic expression that renews the debate in the public sphere.
Jose Valenzuela Ruiz
How do artistic artificial intelligences work? We analyse what seemed to be the last stronghold of human creativity.
We’ve known it for centuries, but now it has been demonstrated by science and so seems to be even more certain than before. Walking stimulates creativity and thinking.