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Hi! I’m Juliana Castro-Varón, a designer, creative technologist, and the author of Papel sensible. I’m the Founder of the open-access publisher Cita Press, and a fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University where I research AI’s impact on creativity. My interests range from experimental storytelling, to 17th-to-19th-century literature, to open source libraries.

My illustrated essay collection Papel sensible was published in 2022 by Planeta, the world’s largest Spanish-language publisher. During the last 10 years I have worked museums, universities, non-profits, and agencies—in product, research, digital and print. In 2016 I received the Fulbright scholarship for Artists and since then I've presented on art and design at conferences globally. I speak three languages, and have lived in 10 cities in four countries. I like words English doesn't have, contemporary art, house plants, and carefully-designed inclusive products. I’m also an affiliate at metaLAB at Harvard & FU Berlin, an idea foundry and production studio experimenting in the networked arts and humanities. 


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