Natasha is an Art Historian with a particular interest in the politics & ethics of museum curation. In order to ensure as many voices as possible are represented, museums must be constantly evolving and updating their curatorial techniques and collections. It is with discussion, activism and reflection that these narratives can become more inclusive. She is fascinated by the inclusion of Digital Art within the museum, in particular, exploring how artworks which are intangible can be effectively represented in a museum, what this relationship between museums and Digital Art look like currently, and how it will develop in the future.
Natasha completed her Bachelor’s in Art History at the University of St Andrews, specialising in the intricacies of 12th & 13th Century Iranian Qur’anic Calligraphy. She then developed her interest in the museum during her Arts & Culture Master’s at Leiden University where she specialised in Museums & Collections.
Natasha is devoted to shifting accepted narratives that exist in society, particularly within museums. She is currently a Digital Marketing strategist and consultant and is the host of Agora Digital Art’s ‘Belonging‘ Podcast.