Alistair Alexander

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Alistair Alexander

Alistair Alexander leads projects that explore the impact of technology on people and planet, using art, research and workshops to engage a wide range of different people.

Over some years, Alistair has been worked extensively on projects investigating technology, disinformation and online harms. More recently Alistair has been researching technology’s impact on ecological systems, and how we can find a new relationship with the ecologies that surround us as we face multiple planetary crises.

Recent projects have included: Resonant Signals sonification workshopss with ZLB Libraries, Facing Disinformation online training programme, Green4Europe Hackathon for tech sustaonability projects in Georgia and Ukraine, Disinformation Self-Learning course for LGBT campaigners, and helping climate activists to build up their digital resilience.



Regenerating Social Networks: Learning from Fungi and the Wood Wide Web

Alistair Alexander

There are vast networks of fungi under our feet that have existed for thousands of years; some stretch for thousands of kilometres, connecting trees, plants and other life together in an entangled mesh of mutual support and care. What if our digital social platforms were more like fungi networks?
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