Team History
Alexandra Baixinho

Alexandra Baixinho is an anthropologist, master in urban anthropology, and a doctorate in visual sociology (Goldsmiths College). She has been working as a researcher at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon since 2005, in several projects in the area of ​​environment and social sciences. She is currently a member of the ClimAdaPT.Local project team – Municipal Adaptation Strategies for Climate Change.

Her most recent projects have focused on the sociology of mobility and the study of contemporary sociocultural transformations, particularly in port cities and their water fronts, through qualitative methodologies, including photography and sound.

In 2014, she participated with the installation “Waterscapes” in the collective exhibition The Future of Art is Urban: Artistic Research Practices and Methods in Social Sciences, Enclave Gallery, London. She has also collaborated in the London Villages Project, the collective exhibition Crossing Lines – Home (Linear House Gallery, London) and the Engaging Tactics (2012) conference.