Natalia Zuluaga is a curator based in Miami, Florida. Since 2014, she has been the co-director of [NAME] Publications, a non-profit press and cultural office that develops and supports books and public programs by artists, curators, transdisciplinary theorists, and designers. Most recently, she launched and is the co-editor with Gean Moreno of the bilingual online journal Dispatches
. She previously served as the Artistic Director at ArtCenter/South Florida (Miami), where she developed exhibitions, residency programs, and pedagogical initiatives. Recent exhibitions and projects include: SupraCitizenship
; Future of Demonstration, Vienna, Austria; and for ArtCenter/South Florida: A.S.T: Intertidal
; Art in Public Life
(in collaboration with the Environmental and Sustainability Department at the City of Miami Beach); The Recalibrated Institution
(co-organized with Victoria Ivanova and Armen Avanessian); Parallax Drift: The Program for Applied Artistic Research
; and AN IMAGE
(co-curated with Domingo Castillo). Zuluaga has been a visiting lecturer at the Pacific Northwest College of Art (Portland, Oregon) and Florida International University (Miami). She has lectured at various institutions, including The New Museum (New York), the Kadist Foundation (Paris), the Pérez Art Museum Miami, and Es Baluard (Palma, Spain), among others. In 2015, she received an M.A. from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College. Alongside Domingo Castillo and Patricia M. Hernandez, she is the co-founder of the research collaborative Public Displays of Professionalism (P.D.P).