(English) More and more people are sharing their intimate material through various platforms. What mechanisms are hidden behind this phenomenon? Is it a simple act of sharing or are there more complex dynamics behind it?
What is a heterotopia? We explain it through the film “The Beach” and the words of Foucault
(English) Foucault, through a radio lecture he gave in December 1966, tells us about his thoughts on the construction of human spaces and their counter thesis, heterotopia. We will apply his words to analyse the spatial construction in the film "The Beach" and beyond.
Love and artificial intelligence: Feelings version 2.0 in the film Her and beyond
(English) Are we moving towards emotional sterility? If so, how will we meet our needs to be heard and understood? In the film Her the answer is an artificial intelligence. It sounds absurd, but how absurd is it really?
Romance and Backpaking: The feeling of returning to nature in postmodernism
(English) One year of Covid. The pandemic leads us, through isolation and limitations, to a reflection on our way of understanding and experiencing space.
What if only a machine could be the real Zarathusta?
(English) Nietzsche in his most famous book, "Thus spoke Zarathusta", sets the prophet the task of announcing to man that he can "overcome himself". God is now dead and therefore, according to the philosopher, the human being is finally free of his chains and can finally fulfill himself. But what if we are not able to do this? What if only a machine we built could take us beyond ourselves? The film "I, Robot" might tell us something.