Juliana Castro Varon


Harvard University

Designer and Creative Director, Founder of Cita Press; Fellow

Juliana Castro Varon is a designer, creative director, and the Founder of Cita Press, an award-winning open-access library and publishing studio. Juliana researches the impact artificial intelligence has on creativity and visual culture, and has worked for museums, universities, non-profits, and agencies. Her work includes product, research, digital and print, and her interests range from the literary line between fact and fiction, to open-source libraries and 17-to-19th century literature, to weird AI memes. She’s recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship and a Public Knowledge Grant from the Mellon Foundation. Juliana is the author of the essay collection Papel Sensible, published in Spanish by Planeta.


Contributions by Juliana Castro Varon

  • Opening General Session
    Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2023