Xavier Andrade, curator of the works of Manuel Delanda brings the exhibition Emergencies. Manuel de Landa, Mexican writer, artist and philosopher based in New York who has a very varied and exceptional multidisciplinary work. He has written extensively on nonlinear dynamics, self-organization theories, life and artificial intelligence, chaos theory, architecture, and history of science. Currently, de Landa is a professor at the Graduate School of Columbia University in New York in the area of architecture and holds the Gilles Deleuze Chair at the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland. He moved to New York in 1975 where he became a film director. In 1980 he became interested in computing, was a pioneer programmer and made art with the computer, when he stands out as one of the most outstanding theorists in the field of cybernetics.