Noēma Magazine

Format → digital + print magazine

Noema publishes essays, interviews, reportage, videos and art on the overlapping realms of philosophy, governance, geopolitics, economics, technology and culture. From artificial intelligence and the climate crisis to the future of democracy and capitalism, Noema Magazine seeks a deeper understanding of the most pressing challenges of the 21st century.

In ancient Greek, noēma means “thinking” or the “object of thought.” And that is their intention: to delve deeply into the critical issues transforming the world today, at length and with historical context, in order to illuminate new pathways of thought in a way not possible through the immediacy of daily media. In this era of accelerated social change, there is a dire need for new ideas and paradigms to frame the world we are moving into.

Published online and in print by the Berggruen Institute, Noema grew out of a previous publication called The WorldPost, which was first a partnership with HuffPost and later with The Washington Post. Noema publishes thoughtful, rigorous, adventurous pieces by voices from both inside and outside the institute.

Some of the artists I had the pleasure of working with while at Noema were Pierre Huyghe, Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, Jonathan Zawada, Aistė Ambrazevičiūtė, Daniel Martin Diaz, Noah Campeau, Marco Reichert, Stefania Tejada, Kenji Aoki, Hydeon, Matthew Craven, Julien Gachadoat, Kerim Safa, and Mark Inducil among many others. | @noemamag