Human Adventures
in Creative Technology


Issue 04

November 2021

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The Promise of Salvation from ‘Smart’ Borders

The UK aims to have “the most effective border in the world” by 2025. But how did we get to this situation, where border surveillance is a multi-billion dollar industry? And what does it mean for people seeking asylum, for whom crossing borders is a matter of life and death?

By May Abdalla | November 4, 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