The professor of social and political philosophy and co-director of the Centre for Social Critique at the Humboldt University in Berlin reflects on the challenges of contemporary society and on phenomena such as migration and political action in urban environments.
The Mexican journalist specialized in human rights and violence explains the special features of public spaces in her country and the relationships that occur within them.
A CCCB Interview with architect and urban planner Mar Santamaria on the present and future challenges of contemporary cities, public policies, data and urban rights.
With his project “Karst”, composer and spatial sound designer Lugh O’Neill sets out to create a work of art recorded in situ in settings of great cultural and acoustic value
The artist Samira Benini Allaouat presents “Geo-Llum”, an artistic installation that also works as public and ecological lighting. It is a proposal for public lighting in urban spaces based on a bacterium that produces electricity while decontaminating the soil. "Geo-Llum" is the winning project...
The American philosopher, a lover of European cities, speaks of the dilemma of how to be a tourist without harming the environment or causing damage to local communities.
The novelist and president of PEN International highlights the cosmopolitan spirit of Istanbul and recalls that Gustave Flaubert was fascinated by the diversity of languages he heard in its streets.
The German philosopher speaks of public spaces that make it possible for us to work out who we are through interaction with strangers. At the same time, public spaces are a precondition for collective democratic action.
An architect and sociologist with a long career concerned with cities, he considers several key aspects of urban transformation and reviews examples of good urban public space practices around the world.
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