On Pauli Murray

The Many Lives of Pauli Murray a Newyorker article by Kathryn Schulz Found this article while doing my rounds on the web. I am amazed by the amount of work and changes women have made in the history of human king. But I am also disgusted by the way they have been erased from our culture. Each…

The Future Now

I remember reading about machines and humans hybrid beings in my childhood but I thought that was part of a distant future. Well, I might live to be one of those beings. Just this weekend I saw the movie “Ghost in the shell” And found this while browsing the net: We are in the future!

Marion Mahony Griffin

From the series “Women in architecture”: So here I present you Marion Mahony Griffin, one of the most influential architects of the Prairie School, but also one of the less talked or recognised. Title: Plan for Canberra – View from Summit of Mount Ainslie Date: Circa 1911–12 Content creator: Marion Mahony Griffin Record creator: Department…

CYBORGS OR HYBRIDS, BUT NOW

Elon Musk (@elonmusk) Creating a neural lace is the thing that really matters for humanity to achieve symbiosis with machines June 4, 2016 So here we are, we have finally arrived at that point were we no longer ask how but when. And here a little bit of the begginings from the Arizona State University:…

Tatiana Bilbao

Changing continent but still celebrating the creativity of  “Women in Architecture”, I turn my gaze on Tatiana Bilbao’s work. Here is a brief intro to her by Wikipedia: “Tatiana Bilbao Spamer (Mexico City, 1972) is a Mexican architect. Through a multicultural and multidisciplinary office, the work of Tatiana Bilba Estudio tries to understand the place…