Juliana Borinski is a Brazilian-German artist, working with camera less photography and moving image. She is experimenting the conjunction between iconography and iconoclasm.

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1979) she lives in Paris France. Her art is exhibited internationally in contemporary art venues since 2006.

Amongst the at Biennale Urbana Yes, We Camp & Encore Heureux Esperencia PEPE Venice (IT), Lugar a Dudas Santiago de Cali (CO), FRAC Normandie Rouen (FR), Art Center Onde Velizy-Villacoublay (FR) , Foundation Henri Cartier -Bresson Paris (FR), MUHKA Antwerp (BE), Würtembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart (DE), Fondation Ricard Paris (FR), TENT Rotterdam (NL), Paço das Artes São Paulo (BR), Le Quartier Art Center Quimper (FR), NIMk Amsterdam (NL), Museum Glaskasten Marl (DE), The Drawing Room (UK) , Center of Photography Pontault-Combault (FR) and …

From 2011- 2012 she was guest professor in the autonomous Arts Department of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK) in Ghent (BE). For the final academic quarter in 2018 she was invited to teach at the Royal Academy of fine Arts Bruxelles in the department of public art (BE).

Graduated with a MFA (2007) in audio-visual art from the Academy of Media Art Cologne (KHM) in Germany, she is currently doing research on natural ingredients for image processing in analogue photography and film.