Júlia Barceló i Fernández (Barcelona, 1985) graduated in Dramatic Art from the Barcelona Institut del Teatre. This actress, director and dramatist is a founding member of the Companyia Solitària de Teatre. She is also a feminist activist and member of the group Dones i Cultura. She has participated in talks and conferences such as the Taula Rodona on Business, Economy and Culture run by the Chamber of Commerce; given two lectures on women’s issues and feminism for the Catosphere 2018; spoken at a conference on the eradication of sexist violence run by the Catalan Women’s Institute where she gave a lecture on male violence at work; and given a talk on feminist humour in support of the exhibition Feminista Hauries de Ser at the Palau Robert. Co-writer of publications on non-sexist and inclusive language published by Barcelona City Council. Creator of the hashtag #SerActriuÉs, a virtual space for denouncing sexist harassment in acting. She has published her first book Operació Biquini, (“Operation Bikini”), translated into Spanish by Lucía Barahona (Editorial Flamboyant), which covers themes related to aesthetic pressure and body liberation, illustrated by Camille Vannier.