Sapere aude! video is a collective live-action in eleven of the award-winning buildings in the Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urban Planning. The work have presented in real-time at the opening in Matadero (Madrid).

Reversing the order of action, to establish the steps that build the story, is what the Italian historian Giovani Levi has carried out. Micro-history, as he himself has christened it, arises as a new way of doing history based on the location of a specific element and this set the context, go smaller than the whole. In other words, reverse mode in which is has been writing the history so far. Levi examines the history from the concrete, modifying the scale of observation. Using the same metaphor, understand the past by establishing an analogy with the look that offers the microscope. Levi sets move guidelines to perceive those details that are lost in stories built from looks too general. There are many nuances that we would have to look for a closer look at the thought of Levi but it is important to stress those that explicitly emphasizes the need to rescue all that which has obviated, focusing not only on a war if not also in which they participated, in the small stories that interweave in any period or event.

Understand that the possibility of knowledge exists, the "dare to know" reflects the idea of knowledge and the transmission of this, Sapere aude is a Latin phrase meaning "dare to know"; It also tends to be interpreted as «keep the value of using your own reason». Disclosure is due to the philosopher Immanuel Kant in his essay What is enlightenment?, even though its original use is given in Epistle II of Horacio in Epistularum liber primus:

Dimidium facti qui coepit, habet: sapere aude, / incipe [who has begun, has already done half: dare to know, begins].