Nataša Vukajlović

Field of Practice:

Art Coordination


Solitude fellowship

City, Country:

Berlin, Deutschland




Feb 2024 - July 2024

Born in Nuremberg/Germany in 1994, based in Berlin/Germany.

Nataša Vukajlovićs interdisciplinary background is shaped by her work at the intersection of the production, curation, and communication of creative and scientific projects. She holds a Master’s degree in Museum Management and Communication from HTW Berlin (2019–2022), and wrote her thesis on the subject of representational strategies in exhibitions.

Nataša is currently part of the Track’s curatorial team of re:publica. She was a curatorial assistant for the exhibition Broken Machines and Wild Imaginings at the JUNGE AKADEMIE of Akademie der Künste (2022-2023), and coordinated the AI Anarchies fellowship, working on ten artistic projects exploring social, cultural, and political realities driven by technological change. Previously, Nataša led the monthly discussion series Digitaler Salon on the impact of digitalization on society at the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (2019–2021). She is passionate about creating inclusive programs in the fields of art, culture, and digitality.