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Enric Puig Punyet holds a doctorate in philosophy, is a writer and curator. He is currently the director of Arts Santa Mònica, and was previously the director of La Escocesa, a visual arts center of the Barcelona City Council's network of creation factories. Promoter of Enter Forum, an international meeting on the social repercussions of Internet use at the Center for Contemporary Culture in Barcelona, he is a regular contributor to various media such as El Periódico de Cataluña, La Maleta de Portbou and Le Monde Diplomatique. He is the author, among others, of the books "La cultura del ranking" (Bellaterra, 2015), "La gran adicción. Cómo sobrevivir sin internet y no aislarse del mundo" (Arpa, 2016) and "El dorado. Una historia crítica de internet" (Clave intelectual, 2017). He is also the author, with Yves Charles Zarka, of "La Tierra no nos pertenece. Repensar el territorio y la nación" (NED editions, 2017). He has just published "Los cuerpos rotos" (Clave intelectual, 2020), an essay on the digitization of experience after Covid-19.

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