Archive of Author | Lula Criado and Meritxell Rosell

Lula Criado and Meritxell Rosell are two multidisciplinary editors, writers and curators.

Their work lays at the intersection of Art, Science and Technology, capturing the zeitgeist of the 21st century.

With academic scientific background (Molecular Biology and Genetics) – which they combine with Trend Analysis and Philosophy- they run CLOT Magazine, an online platform dedicated to Art explorations into Science and Technology.

Through CLOT Magazine they curate intellectual content, generate debate, research and decode trends in areas of: biomedia, body architectures and cyborgs, sound art, interfaces, artificial intelligence and virtual reality and generative art, among others.

They have covered festivals and events organised by renowned cultural references like Sónar Barcelona, Unsound Krakow, CTM Berlin and ICCMR Plymouth, curated panel discussions (LASER/Leonardo at Central Saint Martins) and given talks and lectures for the Bioarchitecture and Genetics MA (Barcelona, Spain) and School of Textile (Boras, Sweden).

Articles with Lula Criado and Meritxell Rosell

On Interspecies Creativity

Artists have long used animals for their artistic practices, from using cadavers for anatomy studies or animal body parts like bones, feathers and tusks to arranging dead butterflies in patterns and pictorially represent them in all sorts and forms.

In this article, Lula Criado and Meritxell Rosell (editors of CLOT Magazine) discuss the rise in the number of artists exploring a deeper interest in human-animal relationships.