The second edition of the Biennial of Thought, marked by the pandemic, reflected on futures, democracy, technology and the city. An opportunity to analyse the impact of climate, social and economic challenges and to imagine together a better future.
The Biennial of Thought has established itself as a space open to citizens, a cultural project that works for an open city. Here you can consult the complete archive of the 2020 and 2018 editions. You will find all the videos, images and documents from previous editions.