LaJuné is a New Media Artist, Maker, and Creative Technologist in New York. They are dedicated to making art abstracted from personal experiences and have created pieces that integrate performance, virtual reality, and physical computing to question the current use of technology and forms of communication. LaJuné's art is part of their "research centered around creating Technology and Mediums that are inherently intersectional allowing communities that have ignored to have a space to be recognized, loved, accepted and heard."
LaJuné has had opportunity to show and speak about their work at, Dance on Camera at Lincoln Center, MakerFaire, National Sawdust, Liberty Science Center, Chelsea Film Festival, Creative Tech Week and Weird Reality. They were also the Lead Character Animator for NeuroSpeculative Afrofeminism which premiered at Sundance Film Festival.