LEONARA CARRINGTON MUSEUM

Art, Architecture and Surveillance   – Juan Cantu   The Leonora Carrington Museum1 is located within the Centro de las Artes Centenario 2 (Centenary Arts Center) in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. It is the first space dedicated to the work of the British-born Mexican surrealist artist and holds a wide range of her work, reflecting […]

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The Net Blvd

Dana Barale Burdman The Net Blvd examines a collection of situations that happen in the digital era. These situations imply that cultural production happens on digital platforms, structuring our collective memory. In these platforms that go beyond physical limits, intangible contents suggest a new form of production and transmission of culture.  Led by digital networks […]

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ISSUE 2 / I SEE YOU

Cover page courtesy of Burçak Bingöl Welcome to our second issue, I SEE YOU. This issue investigates the diverse forms in which surveillance transpires around us in the physical and virtual dimension. It is an examination of how the built environment absorbs transformations of the individual and the collective by looking at new paradigms of […]

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