Cinco mujeres, cinco visiones, cinco mundos: Hildegarda de Bingen, Remedios Varo, Teresa, de Ávila, Leonora Carrington y Grete Stern. Mujeres que crearon su propia realidad con la pujanza transformadora de la mirada interior Un viaje al territorio de las imágenes visionarias guiado por el arte y la mística, marcado por la locura, el sueño y el dolor. Un ensayo radical que, desde un posicionamiento de género crítico y complejo, intenta responder a algunas preguntas sobre nuestra capacidad para comprender la condición humana.

Five women, five visions: Hildegarda von Bingen, Remedios Varo, Teresa, de Ávila, Leonora Carrington and Grete Stern. Women who created their won reality with the transforming strength of inner vision. A journey to the territory of visionary images guided by art and mysticism, chiseled by madness, dreams and pain. A radical essay that attempts to answer some questions about our ability to understand the human condition from a critical and complex position.

Technology has placed humanity at a crossroads. On the one has, it has led it to the brink of its decline, as can be seen by the growing enthusiasm  in face of the possibilities of posthumanism or artificial intelligence, while on the other hand, it offers the ability to… read more
La gran espiral
Paranoia hovers over complex societies not only as a form of madness, but also as a moral and epistemological question… read more
The essay form is a necessary heterodoxy. With its intricate combination of autobiography, self-reflection and captivating style –ultimately with its alliance between art and science– the essay presents itself… read more 
The world does not end in the limits of language, as Wittgenstein affirmed, but rather it continues through the silence of images. This journey to the other side of the mirror… read more 
The main objective of this book is to investigate the form of the interface as a new system of representation. Despite the fact that the concept of interface has proliferated in the field of new technologies in the past years… read more 
The slow return of realism, of the figurative, as a focus of interest in representation after the long modernist hegemony of the abstract, forces us to reconsider the role that the field of the artistic… read more 
Visual studies appear when visual phenomenology goes beyond the limits of the artistic and even of the aesthetic. The need to penetrate into this new continent at the precise time in which we discover the power of the visual… read more
In face of the paradox made up by the undeniable fact that the budding society of knowledge can be fundamentally considered visual, this book proposes the idea of the complex image… read more 
This essay proceeds to sever the concept of paranoia from the strictly psychopathological field, in order to place it within the sociocultural panorama of postmodernity with the intention of explaining… read more 
Although much has been said about film as the intersection of different artistic media, there has been little in-depth analysis of this in studies of film language and dramaturgy. Halfway between a manual and an essay… read more 
Massively consumed and profoundly unknown, the image lends itself in the current time period to unsuspected interpretations as an object of experience and study. This is why it is not strange that the problem of the image… read more