New media curator, artist and producer. Based in Adelaide, Australia. She is a founding member of the influential artists group VNS Matrix, who exhibited widely in Australia and internationally from 1991 - 1997. She has curated several new media events and exhibitions including Biomachines (Telstra Adelaide Festival 2000), Spectrascope (Sydney Biennale satellite exhibition 2000), Code Red (ANAT & Performance Space, 1997), encryption corruption (online exhibition for The Physics Room, NZ, 1997) and Future Languages (Adelaide Festival, 1994). Julianne was Producer of the interactive titles - Bad Code computer game prototype by VNS Matrix (1996) and Uncle Bill (2000) directed by Debra Petrovitch (winner of first prize, New Media, Video Brasil 2001).
In August 2000, Julianne took up the position of Executive Director of the Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT), Australia's peak network and advocacy body for artists working with science and technology. Julianne was a member of the International Program Committee for ISEA2002 and is currently a Board member of the Australian Dance Theatre and is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of LEA (Leonardo Electronic Almanac).