Curator, Digital Design • Victoria and Albert Museum, UK
Natalie Kane is a curator, writer and researcher based in London.
She has served as the Curator of Digital Design at the Victoria and Albert Museum since 2017. Having worked with digital artists and designers for over a decade, Kane is interested in understanding the role of technology in our lives. Both a writer and researcher, Kane has run several public engagement and private workshops and activities in order to help navigate issues we might face when working with technology, ethics and society.
Kane earned her Bachelor’s from the University of Portsmouth, UK, and has worked in various capacities and roles such as a Communications and Programme Manager at Future Everything, and even as a Programme Assistant Storyteller and Technologist at Lighthouse Arts and Training.
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