Memes

In 1976, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins coined the term “meme” to describe how cultural information is reproduced and spread through a process of “natural selection,” just like genes. Today, in an internet-dominated world, we are constantly flooded by a rampant tide of memes, some of which are harmless entertainment while others challenge fundamental human rights. The seven exciting, urgent documentaries of this section chart the flow of ideas in our new world of information where play and threat are inseparable.

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