La obra «Breaking Through II,» de Marlies Plank.
La pieza «Acidtecture», de Rocío Lerdo De Tejada De La Mota y Alba Pérez
El tema «Just one more time», de The Hi-Jivers.
El tema «Shark Ridden Waters», de Gruff Rhys, sacado de su álbum Hotel Shampoo.
El artículo de Ryan d´Agostino para Esquire «The Drugging of the American Boy«.
«Imagine you have a six-year-old son. A little boy for whom you are responsible. A little boy you would take a bullet for, a little boy in whom you search for glimpses of yourself, and hope every day that he will turn out just like you, only better. A little boy who would do anything to make you happy. Now imagine that little boy—your little boy—alone in his bed in the night, eyes wide with fear, afraid to move, a frightening and unfamiliar voice echoing in his head, afraid to call for you. Imagine him shivering because he hasn’t eaten all day because he isn’t hungry. His head is pounding. He doesn’t know why any of this is happening.
Now imagine that he is suffering like this because of a mistake. Because a doctor examined him for twelve minutes, looked at a questionnaire on which you had checked some boxes, listened to your brief and vague report that he seemed to have trouble sitting still in kindergarten, made a diagnosis for a disorder the boy doesn’t have, and wrote a prescription for a powerful drug he doesn’t need.
If you have a son in America, there is an alarming probability that this has happened or will happen to you.»