Democracy

Digital Barriers: AI + ART for ACTIVISM

Not having quality access to the Internet means being excluded from society. Whether we like it or not, everything is digitized: from doing school homework, to get through paperwork with the Administration, or even contacting relatives remotely. But Internet access is not guaranteed equally to all citizens.

Although the official accounts say that the future and innovation are based on the digitization of life, social movements warn otherwise: a one-way turn towards the digitization of citizenship leaves many people behind.

Opening up and democratising culture

One of the questions that arises from spaces that generate critical and transformative cultural proposals is that of elaborating an open quality cultural proposal. Understanding cultural centres as porous spaces, permeable to what is happening in our environment is a clear political position, a commitment to understanding culture in a more holistic way.

In the Shadow of Pegasus. Civil Rights in the Age of Surveillance

The violation of the civil rights of journalists, activists and politicians by the use of the Pegasus spyware by democratic governments has raised all the media alarms. Why, despite having a legal framework that protects us from the extraction of our data, does it not defend us against the use of spyware? How have we come to give up part of our freedom in exchange for a kind of promise of security from governments?