Artist, poet and LGBT activist Juliana Huxtable is well known in both the New York nightlife and art worlds. She explores the intersections of race, gender, sexuality and identity through a variety of media. A complete artist, the New Yorker (living part of the year in Berlin) is also a writer and visual artist, whose work has been exhibited at MoMA. As co-founder of the Shock Value club night and a talented DJ, she is known for her explosive sets that fuse multiple genres in a radical response to collective emotions.
She breaks down musical boundaries while bringing subcultures together in a safe space. A collaborator with the late SOPHIE, responsible for a Björk remix, she shares with these artists a fascination for the relationship between the body and the digital.