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Tentacular brains, the sadness of a ficus and the limits of anthropocentrism

Jose Valenzuela Ruiz

How can we understand the idea of intelligence in a plant or an octopus by means of our human consciousness?

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The colonial scar

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Of Caves and Sybils. Five insights into William Kentridge

Jordi Costa

Here are five suggested paths to exploring the brilliant universe of the South African artist William Kentridge (Johannesburg, 1955). Kentridge is known for his drawings, films and theatre productions and for the impact his work, which mirrors the political and social changes in South Africa, has had around the world.

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A Vocabulary for the Future

An audiovisual creation project for the Open City Thinking Biennale

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