Juliana Rosales is a video, net art, noise and installation artist, architect, photographer and curator working in Montevideo, Uruguay. In 1990, she earned a degree in Architecture from the Architectural School of the Universidad de la República in Montevideo and went on in 1999 to obtain a Masters Degree in Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture. She has worked in architectural studios, taught Design Studio at the University of Uruguay, and collaborated with artists on public art projects. In addition, while working with the Fundacion de Arte Contemporaneo (an independent group of contemporary artists), she helped curate exhibitions and edited and published ARTE, a contemporary art magazine. As an artist, her work focuses on the digital and landscape, architecture and nature, and she is interested in the possibilities offered by translating and digitizing data from one media to another. Most recently, Rosales was commissioned to create an installation on the interior façade of the Centro Cultural de España in Montevideo to address environmental issues.
Raphaëlle Aubin © 2008 FDL