Dr Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg is an artist examining our fraught relationships with nature and technology.

Through artworks, writing, and curatorial projects, Daisy’s work explores subjects as diverse as artificial intelligence, exobiology, synthetic biology, conservation, biodiversity, and evolution, as she investigates the human impulse to “better” the world.

Ginsberg studied a Design Interactions MA at the Royal College of Art, where she received her PhD. Ginsberg also read architecture at University of Cambridge.

Her work was recently shown at the Vitra Design Museum as part of her solo exhibition Better Nature.