Juliana Castro Varón is a graphic designer (sometimes writer / internet artist / organizer) based in New York. She is interested in the intersection of peer-to-peer technology, publishing, humor, and interactivity. Her practice expands from a fake Wikipedia bands editorial project to an AI curatorial statements generator and a dating app for single socks.

Juliana is a Fulbright alumna and was a 2018 Berktern at the Berkman Klein Center for the Internet and Society at Harvard University. She has worked for museums, universities and advertising agencies in New York, Cambridge, Austin, and Bogotá, and has been part of group exhibitions and conferences in the United States, Spain, Colombia, and Mexico.

Juliana is currently the Design Associate at Access Now and the founder and art director of Cita, a feminist open-access publishing resource and digital library. She cares about the Internet, open-access, diversity, books, and GIFs and is always open to speaking engagements, collaborations and gin tonics.

Get in touch on Twitter, InstagramLinkedIn or at julianacastrovar@gmail.com.