String Figures is a project developed by Ailie Rutherford and Bettina Nissen
to allow activist, feminist and creative groups working for social justice to support and strengthen each other’s work through
de-centralised open-source networks centred on a principle of mutual care.
This mapping process can be used with local and translocal collectives looking to further support each other in anti-capitalist work.
The mapping process and symbols are the work of artist Ailie Rutherford
Aim and Ethics - collectively devised by String Figures workshop participants.
String Figures is funded by Creative Scotland and Creative Informatics small research grant.
Built by Bob Moyler.
This is a time limited demo version of String Figures that allows you to:
Please see the about section for further information and details of how to get in touch if you would like to use the full version.
N.B. String Figures is still in early development and will not work on smaller screens and mobile devices. Please vist this page from a laptop or desktop computer to try the demo or log in.