Juli Reinartz lives and works in Stockholm and Berlin. She graduated from DOCH Stockholm in 2012 where she finished a Master in Choreography. In the following two terms, she was a Mejan resident at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm where she worked on a project cycle about the collective capacities of music and Afrofuturism. The pieces related to this research 'We are not in this together yet', 'Atlantic' and 'Really Good Music' have been presented at MDT (SE), Kiasma (FI), Black Box Theater (NO), Reykjavik Dance Festival (IS), Anti-Festival (FI), WASP (RO), Nordic House Torshavn (DK), MUU Gallery (FI) and Miami (DE). Her collaboration 'Alice' with Austrian theater director Nora Schlocker premiered at Deutsches Theater Berlin and was invited to Theatertreffen 2015.

Juli's most recent solo 'You said you'd give it to - soon as you were free' works with camera perspectives on the body while investigating cyborgfeminism. It premiered in September 2016 at MDT, Stockholm, was shown in Atalante (SE), Dansstationen (SE) and Something Raw (NE) in spring 2017 and will be presented in autumn 2017 at Open Spaces, Berlin and Fine Selection - special edition, Stockholm.

Juli furthermore works closely with artists and collectives such as Social Muscle Club, Rose Beerman, Liz Rosenfeld and Interim Kultur AB.