Juliana Steiner is an independent curator and researcher from Bogotá interested in interdisciplinary practices in contemporary art that incorporate social sciences, pedagogy, architecture and long-term projects with communities. Her research focuses on more-than-human species, environmental justice and the transformations of landscapes. She curated the Network Project in Colombia, as part of the Common Ground Biennial at Bard College, resulting in a program called, “Ecotone: Chagras, Payasos and Camellones.” She is the co-founder and artistic director of La Reserva Guatoc, a multidisciplinary residency in Baricharathat seeks to create critical thinking through experimental forms in a cross-territorial dialogue between Latin America and the Caribbean. She also co-founded Espacio Odeón, a contemporary arts center housed in an abandoned landmark movie theater in Bogotá’s city center. She holds a BFA in Visual Arts and a BA in Business Management from Universidad de Los Andes and an MA in Art Administration from New York University. Juliana has taught as an adjunct professor at the Universidad de Los Andes School of Architecture.