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Enough Christmas

The holidays are over and you’re feeling overwhelmed. Christmas is white, homely and loving, but it can also be a time of conflict and discomfort.

Gaslight or the perversity that never dies

A few days ago, over coffee with friends, the subject of exes and their ridiculous behaviour came up. And the term gaslight came up.

2x20ac: “from the gallery to the club and from the club to the gallery”

If you go to an exhibition, you’ll end up going out that day. 2x20ac is the new Madrid proposal that mixes art and partying in the same space.

Lola Zoido, the artist exploring the nexus between the digital and the physical

Lola Zoido shows us her latest work An *aesthetic* lithium alternative vray unreal Engine hyperrealistic in the exhibition Un lago de jade verde.

Video game or catwalk?

The world is changing at breakneck speed, and change requires adaptation. The Internet has made a second reality possible.

Lonely on cruise ships and other stories

There is something that particularly strikes me about the fact that the richest people in the world are trying to move to another planet.

Fail, please

Sometimes it is good to stop and think. Maybe it should even be a rule of life. I bet we’d all be better people.

Looking for deserted beaches in Benidorm

En el verano por norma nos vamos, es la estación de marcharse. Cada uno con su maleta sale de casa para ir a un “lugar mejor”.

God drives a Tesla

Sometimes it’s good to imagine what you would be like if you weren’t the way you are. Think about what you would eat, what you would wear, where you would go out. I do this exercise quite often.

What I think Sontag would think

Maybe it’s just my feeling, but this summer is strange, uncomfortable. It may also be due to living in a big city that empties out in summer.

It’s time to leave Lolita

When I think of Lolita, I think of a landscape of overwhelming warmth, with hints of citrus and, above all, overflowing sexuality.

There is still much to do…

The history of LGBT+ advocacy is the search for safe spaces in which to exist with a full and non-violent identity.

Talking w/ Carolina Lindberg

We talked to Carolina Lindberg, the Spanish artist and designer based in London who has illustrated the latest album by Miguel

Sideguise: revindication through the dirty

The independent magazine Sideguise, which collects works by young artists, presents its new issue with a central idea: the dirty.

Pradiauto: from car workshop to exhibition space

We accompanied Sofía Corrales Akerman and Vera Martín Zelich, curators of Pradiauto, at the closing of their exhibition named ‘Hot Links’.

What we are afraid of

Horror movies are a clue to know which are the fears that keep us awake at night. Just as society is constantly changing.


The violent face of dating apps

La deshumanización de las redes sociales, sobre todo en las apps para ligar, lleva en muchas ocasiones a situaciones de violencia extrema.

A stealth change: why you can’t read anymore

It is not that we read less, it is that we read differently, and it is the consequence of our brain having been modified to adapt to change.

Nubes china

Cloud seeding: China’s weather change plan

Last December, alarm bells rang when China announced its climate change project, consisting of seeding clouds over a large part of its territory.

Sisters with Transistors, the documentary about the pioneers of electronic music

Sisters with Transistors is Lisa Rovner’s documentary that tells the origin of electronic music through the stories of its pioneers.

What can happen tomorrow at the Capitol

Biden’s presidency begins in the climate of tension caused by the recent protests in the capital. Tomorrow the inauguration of the government will be celebrated