One-time performance art pieces last forever. If you want a moment of life to be unique -birth, engagement, reconciliation, farewell-. write to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
De facto. With Albert Coma Bau. Vic and other locations (ongoing)
Documentary (Alex Pallí art exhibition, Espai Tònic, Vulpellac). Audio here
Human Reader (Octavi Viader i Margarit Library)
Prelude to Ylia. With Mònica Pallí, Mercè Homs, Mauri Naph (Merlès)
Universal Basic Poetry. With Ester Xargay (TPK, ARTT Festival)
Oracle (one-to-one performance)*
Genital (memory of Genís Cano)*
Coptic (with the support of LICRA)*
Search for Lost Wind (with Rosa Pou; Cap de Creus)
Gyotaku (with Maria Pujol, Manera Negra; Cuixart Foundation)
“Idenditat” (as a reader in Mireia Zantop‘s performance)
Anti Warhol (produced by GPS Lois for LOOP Discover)
Four Hands (recorded by Americo Voltio, edited by Jose Mas, Barcelona).
The Birth of Francesc Oui (a hyperreal performance)
*The Temple Trilogy. With Nubölaris. Sant Feliu de Guíxols.
Vom Wesen des Grundes (Alex Pallí art exhibition, Entrepreneurs, Barcelona). Microdoc: Vom Wesen des Grundes Teaser: Vom Wesen des Grundes
Praise (Corpologia #24, Materic)
Palm Springs (videoperformance with Alex Pallí, Empordà). Teaser: Palm Springs.
I Love You, Rachel Rosenthal (with Primo Gabbiano; opening of the Apagon Festival; TPK)
The Independence of Spain (ARTT Festival, TPK)
Push (The New School, New York)
Europe (Palau Sant Antoni Maria Claret, Vic; Paradazero Festival). Teaser: Europe.
MRTHGRHM (Jardins de Salvador Espriu, Barcelona)
killlluís / Killing Lluís Companys (Sonodrome; music: Jose Mas)
Transhumance (El Huerto del Molino, Torralba de Ribota)
Time Is Honey (Espai Blanc; live chant inspired by research on gipsy and Alentejo melodies)
Kristallnacht (Addicted To Life, enAct Festival)
The Age Of Aquarius (TPK, Barcelona Gallery Weekend)
Hapah! (on Gurdjieff’s “Meetings With Remarkable Men”)
Wasteland (music: Scan X “Wasteland”)
For more, See the Portfolio.
Disaffection (as an object; directed by Marian Ramèntol and Cesc Fortuny; in production)
Geometrician (as Antoni Gaudí; directed by Jose Mas; in production)
Calders (as Pere Calders; directed by Jose Mas)
RedRedRed (collaboration with Yelena Cvejic and Javier Salas)
Solaris (collaboration with Toni Payan and dancer Ana Cotoré)
Sodium (with Toni Payan, La Casa del Caracolero, Torralba de Ribota)
Europa (with Toni Payan, El Trastero, Barcelona)
1946 (with Toni Payan, undisclosed location, Barcelona)
Anagnorisis (collaboration with Daniel Solsona)
Closet (La Casa del Herrero, Torralba de Ribota)
A Voice Is Heard In Ramah (La Casa del Herrero, Torralba de Ribota)
Shabbat Night Fever (improvisation over a poem for Arrelats, Plataforma per la Llengua)
Yeho (a fragment)
Who’s Laughing? (a short piece based on the alphabet learning method “Jean qui rit”; recorded at Espai Blanc, Barcelona)
Antologia (10 poems in 10 different languages)
Eating Phædra (as Assistant Director to Laura Batllori; an object theatre laboratory based on Iannis Ritsos’ Phædra)
Seasickness (as Alejandro; directed by Joan Monells)
Spectres of Shakespeare (as Richard III; directed by Joan Monells)
PhD in Humanities. Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona. Director: Amador Vega. Thesis: De mystica sive obscenum. Negative Hermeneutics as an interpretive approach to Fernando Echevarría’s poetry and a vehicle of self-knowledge.
Holder of a 4-year doctoral grant by the Foundation for Science and Technology.
Advanced Studies Degree in Aesthetics and Theory of Arts. Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona. Director: Amador Vega. Dissertation: The Echevarría Variations.
MA in Comparative Studies. University of Lisbon. Directors: Helena Buescu (Lisbon) and Jan Baetens (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven). Dissertation: Publicity and Intimacy. Advertising’s Drifting Hermeneutics.
Graduation on Romance Philology with specializations in French and Portuguese. University of Lisbon. With honors in Literary Theory.
Founding member of DIIA (Iberian and Ibero-American Dialogues).
Member of the Centre for Comparative Studies, University of Lisbon.