bio

Emma Llensa Fita - Ubicuo Studio, Atem Books & Carpaccio Magazine co-founder.

Studied BA Philosophy / Postgraduate Strategic & Product Marketing

Interested in creative coding, interactive design, multimedia experiences, software philosophy, new media studies, poetry, illustration and photography.

Selected interviews/press

TV3, itfashion, Ràdio Nacional Espanya 4, Culturamas
projects

Ubicuo Studio

Ubicuo Studio is a multidisciplinary studio which creates multimedia experiences using graphic design and code. We develop Apps, videogames,...

Atem Books

Atem Books is an independent publishing house founded in 210 dedicated to promote emerging artists from around the world. We publish monographs of illustrators, photographers, thinkers and poets.

Carpaccio Magazine

Carpaccio Magazine (2009-2012) was an online and printed magazine dedicated to promote emerging artists from around the world. We published 33 online issues and 15 printed volumes.

workshops/lectures/exhibitions
contact
you can follow me on: linkedin, facebook, tumblr, instagram, photography portfolio

emmallensa@gmail.com

etc.
The ideas of the ruling class are in every epoch the ruling ideas; i.e.,the class which is the ruling material force of society, is at the same time its ruling intellectual force. The class which has the means of material production at its disposal, has control at the same time over the means of mental production, so that thereby, generally speaking, the ideas of those who lack the means of mental production are subject to it. – Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

Porque, el «mensaje» de cualquier medio o tecnología es el cambio de escala, ritmo o patrones que introduce en los asuntos humanos. - McLuhan

Así como el medio es entendido como una extensión del cuerpo humano, el mensaje no podría limitarse entonces simplemente a contenido o información, porque de esta forma excluiríamos algunas de las características más importantes de los medios: su poder para modificar el curso y el funcionamiento de las relaciones y las actividades humanas. - McLuhan

As we spend more and more of our time staring at the screens of movies, televisions, computers, and handheld devices—”windows” full of moving images, texts, and icons—how the world is framed has become as important as what is in the frame.