VISUAL REVIEW. International Visual Culture Review https://journals.eagora.org/revVISUAL <p><em>VISUAL REVIEW. International Visual Culture Review </em>asks questions about the nature of the image and about the imaging functions. This interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary magazine brings together the perspectives of researchers, theorists, professionals and teachers from different fields, such as architecture, art, cognitive science, telecommunications, computing, cultural studies, design, education , film studies, history, linguistics, management, marketing, commercialization and distribution, the media, museography, philosophy, semiotics, photography, psychology, religious studies, etc.</p> <p><em>VISUAL REVIEW. International Visual Culture Review </em>is peer-reviewed. It has qualitative content review processes that guarantee the publication of works of the highest scientific quality. The arbitration system uses external evaluators to this editorial. Only original texts written in Spanish, Portuguese or English are accepted for publication.</p> <p>Editorial decisions are not affected by the origin of the manuscript, including the authors' nationality, ethnicity, political beliefs, race or religion. Decisions to edit or publish are not determined by government or other agency policies, that is, by policies other than those of the magazine itself.</p> Global Knowledge Academics en-US VISUAL REVIEW. International Visual Culture Review 2695-9631 Conflicts of Beliefs and Conflicts of Desires in the Technological Age. Historical Future and Social Disconsiderations Through the Case Study of Years And Years Series https://journals.eagora.org/revVISUAL/article/view/2672 <p>This paper elaborates a reflection on the power of audiovisual production in the interpretations of the political, social and existential crises of our present time.&nbsp; For this, a hermeneutical work is done on the British television miniseries Years and Years created and written by Russel T. Davies for BBC and HBO, concentrating on the narrative breadth it contains to critically think about phenomena such as the end of history, the&nbsp; post-politics and transhumanism, thus hovering over the complexity of the technological age.&nbsp; A work that integrates the analytics of a dystopian future that extends in its fictional virtuality beyond entertainment on the unthinkable and closer to a reality to come.</p> Delia Manzanero Marc Pallarès Piquer Juan Diego Hernández Albarracín José Vicente Villalobos Antúnez Copyright (c) 2021-05-05 2021-05-05 8 1 1 13 10.37467/gka-revvisual.v8.2672