Born in Barcelona in 1983 she studies different dance disciplines basing her technique in classic, modern and contemporary principles. Her interests in versatility push her to work with different dance professionals as Malou Airaudo, Carolyn Carlson, Simona Bucci, Larrio Ekson, Dominique Mercy, Lutz Förster, Juan Kruz, Manel Rodriguez, Alberto del Saz, Moreno Bernardi, Rodolfo Leoni, Louise Lecavalier, among others. During three years (2003-2005) she works as interpreter and choreographic assistant at The Moreno Ensemble, directed by Moreno Bernardi. There, she discovers Nikolais Alwin’s technique in which she starts to base her work. In 2005 she creates her first solo: Cuando los poetas desaparecen that wins the Laburract concurs’05 at the Act Festival of Bilbao the same year. This grant helps her to create her second piece: En mi habitación propia, played for the first time at the same festival in 2006. The same year she joins the Suisse Company Alias Compagnie, directed by Guilherme Bothelo, and starts studying Hans Züllig technique at Folkwang Hochshule in Essen. In 2007 she joins Pina Bausch at Tanztheater Wuppertal, where she worked as a guest dancer of Le Sacre du Printemps for several seasons (2007-2011). In 2009 she joins the Staatstheater Kassel as a guest dancer of Johannes Wieland and there she creates the choreography Like a dog on a chain for the Choreographische Werkstaat 2009. That year she also creates the first version of her solo Last Picture presented in the Festival Espazos que Danzan in Galicia and works with Wim Wenders in 3D film PINA. In 2010 she joins the company DCA- Philippe Decouflé in which she is still collaborating. In 2011 she creates the concept wilky_troc to define her artistic path of investigation of movement and visual art; and she will create the definitely versión of Last Picture. In 2012 she creates Rouge for the Escuela Profesional de Danza Mazatlán (México), and the videodance Penelope. In 2013 she creates the duet PROTOCOLO and the short solo FRAGMENTATION.
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