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About Bernardo Gutiérrez González

Bernardo Gutiérrez (@bernardosampa on Twitter) is a Spanish-Brazilian journalist, writer and researcher living in Madrid. He writes about politics, society, technopolitics and participation technologies. He has published the books Calle Amazonas (Altaïr, 2010), collaborated in collective books such as 'Amanhã vai ser maior' (Anna Blume, 2014) and was one of the editors of 'JUNHO: power of streets and networks' (Friedrich Ebert Siftung , 2014). He has just released "The day after tomorrow. Journey to the Spain of change" (ARPA editors, 2017). He works at the MediaLab Prado in Madrid.

Articles by Bernardo Gutiérrez González

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Política recuperada: “Tenemos que construir un nuevo metalenguaje”

Bernardo Gutiérrez es un narrador de estos tiempos, que vivió, in-situ y en primera persona, muchas de las agitaciones callejeras de este tiempo. English Português

Politics recovered: "We have to come up with a new metalanguage"

Bernardo Gutiérrez is a narrator of these times, a first-hand witness and a participant in many of the street protests which characterize the recent past, and the present, in the region. Español Português

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