P/REFLECTIONS is a series of conversations with original minds in which we reflect on present day society from a variety of angles.

Ignace Schops - Giving voice to nature
Jun 25 • 62 min
A conversation with Ignace Schops, Goldman Environmental Prize winner, president of EUROParc and many other things, about the value of nature and how to translate it to inspire better decision making.
Paolo Ciuccarelli - Data as malleable matter
Jun 14 • 65 min
A conversation with Paolo Ciuccarelli, architect and information designer, on data as just another kind of malleable matter in the hands of designers, on making sense of complexity - and doing it justice - by visual means and beyond.
Angelo Vermeulen - Every molecule counts
May 31 • 72 min
A conversation with biologist, artist, designer, engineer Angelo Vermeulen on what art and science mean to one another, on the inextricable bond between earth and space, on uncertainty in interstellar space-travel and the need to diversify our futures.
Kurt Peleman - Collaboration is the systems change
May 21 • 62 min
A conversation with Kurt Peleman, founder of social change collaborative “The Pond & The Waterfalls” & European Representative of the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network, on global cultures and ecosystems of social impact, philanthropy and the…
Susan Yelavich - Design is potential
May 13 • 68 min
A conversation with Susan Yelavich, design scholar, critic, curator and Professor Emerita of Design Studies at Parsons School of Design, The New School (New York City), on how design is potential, how it is a web and how literature provides powerful…
Tom Wambeke - Chief Listening Officer
May 6 • 71 min
A conversation with Tom Wambeke, Chief Learning Innovation at the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization on learning in a complex world, the power of listening and taking a step back.
Bert Brugghemans - Societal Continuity
Apr 28 • 66 min
A conversation with Bert Brugghemans, Chief of Antwerp’s Fire Service and systems thinker, on “societal continuity management” and so much more …