Piero Gilardi, foams for future times

There you have it, an exhibition that really sucks! And not only because, precisely, there are peaches, more real than life, fallen in a polyurethane … Read more

“Kra”, immortal crow – Culture / Next

There are at least two ways to start talking about Kra by John Crowley, an American author too rarely translated. The first is to start … Read more

Donna Haraway, evolution from nature

Little known in France (perhaps because of the difficulty of translating its style and its many neologisms?), Donna Haraway, philosopher and biologist, is the author … Read more

Criminal gang at the service of the Clan del Golfo dismantled

In an operation carried out in Cartagena and Mahates, in Bolívar, the authorities captured 17 people who they indicated were part of a criminal structure … Read more

Tiphaine Calmettes, the desire to learn

Sprinkle food on a sandstone plate like the top of a snow-capped mountain. Capture between your fingers a creamy or vinegar liquid as one would … Read more

Baker’s eye, the “Pilgrim” talons

“A female falcon’s eye weighs about twenty-eight grams; it is bigger and heavier than the human eye. If our eyes were that big for our … Read more

The striped-legged tick settles in France

Every Sunday, find the chronicle “the stupid age”, the animal meeting of Liberation. Striped and fairly long legs, elongated mouthparts, body size ranging from eight … Read more

The striped-legged tick settles in France

Every Sunday, find the chronicle “the stupid age”, the animal meeting of Liberation. Striped and fairly long legs, elongated mouthparts, body size ranging from eight … Read more