Natasha Sutila

Senior Researcher


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Natasha Sutila is a senior researcher, designer and writer with strong global experience in qualitative and quantitative research, research operations and creative programming.

Natasha has a Bachelor of Fine Arts and an Advanced Graduate Diploma in Anthropology. She is interested in the study of humans, their cultural contexts, their social realities and the objects and systems they create, experience and consume.

Natasha has worked in the arts, culture and community sector for over 10 years, collaborating on creative and research-based projects with artists, architects, curators, designers and social scientists. She has delivered complex corporate and public sector projects, locally and internationally. Her experience has seen her work with companies such as Beyond Blue, Atlassian, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics in the School of Social and Political Sciences.

Natasha applies her material prototyping and making skills to her research; using a thinking-through-making approach to iteratively create solutions that meaningfully represent and serve organisations and their end users.

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