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Interview with Sam Shepherd / Floating Points | March 03, 2017

Sam Shepherd aka Floating Points has earned critical honors thanks to a sound cultured and refined, with an obsessive attention to the "space" occupied by sound. We met him.

Interview with Andrey Kuzkin | January 30, 2017

What does it mean to be an artist in Russia today?  We asked Andrey Kuzkin, one of the artists featured in the exhibition The end of the world.

Interview with Roly Porter | January 09, 2017

Through minimalism, electronic and classical music, English musician Roly Porter describes his very personal research. A auditory, expanded and rarefied universe, where human beings are revealed for what they are: a microscopic speck of matter within a vast cosmos.

Interview with Noam Chomsky | November 30, 2016

Sea levels are rising at the fastest rate of the last thousand years, the threat of nuclear war has never vanished entirely, Europe is experiencing the worst economic crisis of its social and cultural history. And yet things can improve, because of a characteristic which makes us unique and through which we can determine the course of our history, as long as we decide to do it. Word of Noam Chomsky.

Interview with Agrupación Señor Serrano | October 21, 2016

Illustrating the disasters of humanity using an army of gummy bears. It seems like something from a Spike Jonze film but it is actually a theatrical performance by one of the world's leading theatre companies: Agrupación Señor Serrano. We met with them.

by Luis Sepúlveda | October 12, 2016

A conversation with Luis Sepúlveda.

by Paolo Tozzi | September 19, 2016

In 2016, the change in brightness of a star sparked the interest of the scientific community about the possible existence of an alien world. A suggestion like this reminds us that scientific thought is incorporating elements which traditionally come from different areas of interest, including art. Words of the astronomer Paolo Tozzi.

by Joanna Demers | September 06, 2016

The sound of the end of the world: A brief guide to drone music.

by Daniele Pugliese | August 25, 2016

Apocalypse: an idea, like that of love, which pervades the culture of all times.


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