Shoubhik produced primary and secondary research to help the team and its partners better understand the impact of their work and identify opportunities for future development
Key projects he worked on included the biennial Digital Culture Survey, in partnership with Arts Council England, and the Audience of the Future project, exploring the potential of virtual reality, augmented reality and immersive environments within the arts and culture sector.
Prior to Nesta, Shoubhik worked at the Barbican Centre, where he led on the development of an innovative institutional evaluation framework and a five-year Equality & Inclusion strategy. He is a trustee of the music charity Sound Connections and previously worked for the world-leading contemporary classical orchestra London Sinfonietta.
Shoubhik plays the violin and, before getting a real job, he released an album with the band White Heath in 2011 entitled Take No Thought for Tomorrow, on Glasgow-based record label Electric Honey.
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