We acknowledge that we live and work on unceded country. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.

Ella Cutler (she/her) is a designer, thinker and publisher creating work on Gadigal and Wangal country. A recent graduate, she’s interested in ways design tools can help to navigate small protest ecologies and their complex contexts. Her master’s project and thesis: Just Spaces, seeks to understand the complexity and messiness of safe spaces through the lens of LGBTQI+ women and non-binary identities. As a queer woman, her design practice has always sought to navigate the contested and entangled spaces of a heteronormative world.

Ella Cutler

Ella Cutler (she/her) is a designer, thinker and publisher creating work on Gadigal and Wangal country. A recent graduate, she’s interested in ways design tools can help to navigate small protest ecologies and their complex contexts. Her master’s project and thesis: Just Spaces, seeks to understand the complexity and messiness of safe spaces through the lens of LGBTQI+ women and non-binary identities. As a queer woman, her design practice has always sought to navigate the contested and entangled spaces of a heteronormative world.

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