Filippo Cuttica


Filippo is a designer, artist and researcher based in London. His work focuses on developing practices that connect life-centred design, responsible innovation and futures thinking. He is a visiting lecturer at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, LUISS Roma University, and Service Design Campus Barcelona, among others. Previously he spearheaded ethical design strategy and policy at the BBC in his role of UX Principal for Ethical Experiences and is now an independent consultant, advising clients such as Edinburgh University and the UK Health Security Agency. He’s a co-founding member of art group IOCOSE, which explores the social, cultural, political and economic implications of technology. Their work has been exhibited in institutions such as The Photographers Gallery and Venice Art Biennale, and has achieved recognition with multiple awards, including Talent Prize (2017), and Fondazione Modena Arti Visive’s Level 0 (2021).