Human Adventures
in Creative Technology


Issue 03

June 2021

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Decoding Deepfakes

Container's first social media campaign explored deepfakes and our collective understanding of them.

By Jack Jones | August 31, 2021

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Who Plays Unspeakable Games?

Who plays 'unspeakable' games, and who gets to police what is labelled 'obscene' on the internet? Issue 3 Resident Oma Keeling's remarkable film will take you down the rabbit hole.

By Oma Keeling | August 16, 2021

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We Cannot Walk Alone

Four people with lived experience of the UK's hostile environment towards migrants co-produce this fascinating virtual panel event.

By Furaha Asani | June 28, 2021

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Deep Nostalgia

To compensate for generations of lost family history, poet and writer Ashanti Anderson turns to deepfake technology to connect with three members of her family.

By Ashanti Anderson | June 17, 2021


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Coming soon: Reclaiming our Times (RiOT)

Reclaiming Our Times (RiOT) is a call to action and a manifesto, to inspire people to rescue their archives - especially of historical and political significance - from corporate platforms.

By Container Magazine | March 12, 2021

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The Future of Performance Post-Pandemic

2020 will be known, amongst other things, as the year culture went online. How are individuals and organisations in the live sector adapting and evolving, and can technologically mediated live events save an industry from collapse?

By Jennifer Lucy Allan | November 16, 2020

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The Fight for Data Rights

Many of us are alarmed at reports of data abuse but it’s easy to feel that – as ordinary citizens – we have no control. What can we do as a creative tech community to improve data privacy?

By Hannah Little | November 16, 2020

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Queering VR

This episode’s guests explore what it means to bring queer perspectives to the predominantly straight world of VR.