Born in Río Negro, Patagonia, Argentina, in 1983. She studied visual arts at IUPA in Río Negro. Recently she has completed the course of the Master in Combined Artistic Languages at the UNA in Buenos Aires. In 2006 she attended at the photography workshop taught by Laura Ortego and Nicolás Trombetta. In 2010, she participated at the portfolio review made by Liliana Porter at PROA Foundation and she studied with Eduardo Medici in 2012. She also attended different art workshops in others cultural spaces like: Klemm Foundation, Centro de Investigaciones Artísticas, Academia Nacional de Bellas Artes and Torcuato Di Tella University.
Since 2008 she works on photography, digital photomontage and video to create the following series: "Encarnación Nativa / Native Incarnation", "Fauna Latente / Latent Fauna", "Alegoría Simbolista / Simbolism Allegory", "La llegada de las mujeres silvestres / Arrival of wild women", "Destierro del mar / Sea exile" and "Ofrendas / Offerings". These art works have been shown in different solos and group exhibitions in cultural spaces and art museums like: Consulate General of Argentina in Nueva York (USA), AMA - Art Museum of the Americas (Washington, USA), IILA Gallery (Italy), Centro Cultural Recoleta (Bs. As. Arg.), CCEBA - Centro Cultural de España en Buenos Aires (Arg.), Palais de Glace (Bs. As. Arg.), Fondo Nacional de las Artes (Bs. As. Arg.), Biblioteca del Congreso de la Nación (Bs. As. Arg.), Atchugarry Foundation (Punta del Este, Uruguay), FotoClub Uruguayo (Montevideo, Uruguay), MNBA - Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Neuquén, Arg.), MAC - Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (Salta, Arg.), Museo Provincial Emilio Petorutti (La Palata, Arg.), MMAMM - Museo de Arte Moderno de Mendoza (Mendoza, Arg.), MUMBAT - Museo de Bellas Artes de Tandil (Tandil, Arg.), MEC - Museo Emilio Caraffa (Córdoba, Arg.), CEC - Centro de Expresiones Contemporáneas (Rosario, Arg.), Museo de Bellas Artes "Juan Sánchez" (Gral. Roca, Arg.), Museo de Bellas Artes "Dr. Urbano Poggi" (Rafaela, Arg.), OSDE Foundation (Neuquén, Arg.), Inti Main Foundation (Ushuaia, Arg.); She has also participated in other exhibitions in art galleries of Buenos Aires, for example: ArtexArte, Zavaleta Lab, Pabellón 4, Objeto A, Céntrica, Farrarons Fenoglio.
In 2017 she won the Best Editing Award of the "5º FAB Festival Audiovisual Bariloche" and the Patagonian Video Award of the "1º Festival de Videoarte Mata Negra". In 2013 she won the First Acquisition Award of the "XVIII Salón de Artes Visuales de Río Negro". In 2012 obtained a grant from the Fondo Nacional de las Artes. As a photographer she won the Youth Incentive Award of the "Bienal de Fotografía ArtexArte 2008"; she was finalist in "Premio Itaú Cultural Artes Visuales 2014", "VI edición del Premio IILA-FotoGrafia 2010", "Premio Petrobras Bs. As. Photo 2009" and "XII Premio Klemm a las Artes Visuales 2008", among others.
She has also attended in film and video art festivals from: Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Spain, Italy, France, Greece, U.S.A and India, for example: "The Athens Video Art Festival 2012", Greece; "10º Concurso Nacional de Cortometrajes La Mujer y el Cine", exhibited at MALBA (Buenos Aires Museum of Latin American Art); "Acciona - Premio de Creación Audiovisual" in Expo Zaragoza, Spain; "7º Mex-Parismental", Paris; "II Festival Internacional de Videoarte de Camagüey 2009", Cuba; "FEMINA 2009", international women's film festival of Rio de Janeiro; among others.
Fear of the abyss (2018)
Native Incarnation (2013-2015)
Halfway between fiction and performance, poetry emerges from an experimental way to tell of different realities that intertwine: A birth at the Natural Science Museum and an open landscape that was altered. A woman surrounded by embalmed animals, extinct species and classified life, goes through a symbolic situation of a sought-after past or a devastated future where nature only exists in a conservation space. In an attempt to go back to the origin, she decides to go back to the bond with the rugged landscape that claims for her.
Latent Fauna (2012 - 2013)
This way, the goddess's fertile force became a serpent, a dog, a fish, a butterfly, a bee and other so many epiphanies. The birds appear once and again in Julieta's photos, perhaps as a metaphor of the soul that takes flight, although there are more precise symbols, as the owl, an attribute belonging to the wise Palas Atenea. Iguanas, dogs, crows and some other animals move around in Latent Fauna, in Julieta's photos appear peers of the woman as the same and not as beasts created by God to be dominated by mankind, as established by the Genesis. Julieta's works have made it possible that landscape, woman and fauna recover that mystic union that integrated us into the universe, the alchemists' "unus mundus". Julio Sánchez (fragment)
Endless desert (2012)
Sinopsis: Videoperformance que surge como una adaptación al mito de la Difunta Correa, centrado en la imagen de la mujer que atraviesa un desierto conmovida por la pasión y el sufrimiento que, sin saberlo, luego originará más vida. El aire, la tierra y el calor relatan la ausencia del agua, como exaltación del nexo eterno de los elementos que mantienen la armonía.
Simbolism Allegory (2011-2012)
"According to these symbolism allegories proposed by Anaut, the woman recognizes herself again as a peer of animals, plants and seas. Once more, united with nature, the woman runs through pagan myth and religious beliefs, not anymore as spoken tales but as a lived reality in which she is the protagonist." Ana Clara Giannini (fragment)