Juliana Castro is a Colombian designer interested in design ethics, internet freedom, media theory, and language. She is a Fulbright for the Arts alumna and the Senior Designer at Access Now, where she helps the advocacy team fight towards a human rights-respecting use of technology. Juliana is also the founder of Cita Press, an award-winning open-access design project publishing feminist books⇲AIGA’s Eye on Design called Cita “a genius platform” “dedicated to good design.” You can check Juliana’s Theorizing the Web talk on machine translation and queerness at 14:35. She’s currently part of the program committee of Futures, Fictions and Creativity of ⇲RightsCon 2020, which will take place in June in Costa Rica, and which you should attend. In the last decade Juliana has lived and studied in three continents. She now lives in Brooklyn.

Juliana is very happy with her full time job, but is always open to artistic collaborations, speaking and writing engagements, and potlucks. She also speaks three languages and ⇲can juggle. In English, Juli is pronounced “who-li.”

More links: ⇲Urgency Reader at Yale’s Odds and Ends Art Book Fair, ⇲Interview on CBC’s Spark, November 2019, ⇲An essay on failure and creativity for The Creative Independent, ⇲A fake Wikipedia bands project, ⇲“AI” art statements generator, ⇲A dating app for single socks, ⇲Old one-offs, ⇲On paper doodles archive, ⇲News and Events

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