As a writer, he has published the poetry book Aigua que ens cosifica (2018) and has written and directed shows like Un buit d’emocions (premiered in Inund’Art festival in 2021) and El cos es cola (premiered in Temporada Alta international festival in 2018).
As a cultural manager and art educator, he has been a teacher at the University of Girona in charge of courses in Cultural Management (2018-2020). He has coordinated the educational project of the international theatre festival Temporada Alta (2017-2021). He has designed and delivered the teacher training for artists from ConArte Internacional (2018-2020). And he has been an artist in residence in a public secondary school in Salt (2017-2019).
He has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, and an international Master in Cultural Studies with the support of the European Commission, from the University of Guelph (Canada), the University Adam Mickiewicz in Poznan (Poland), and the Université de Perpignan Via Domitia (France). He has completed his education with courses from the UNESCO Chair of Cultural Policy and Cooperation from the University of Girona and an Eramus+ level 7 formation in Arts Based Research, from the University of Chester.
Our current project, IDIL·LI proposes a historical revision of the feeling of nostalgia for nature, taking a critical look at the present situation of global change. The project draws on the historical relationship between human beings and the plant kingdom, tracing the origins of romanticized and nostalgic depictions of nature and speculating with alternative forms of relation.
Part of the research and writing that we plan to develop during our residence at Faberllull will include: reviewing the data collected in collaboration with CREAF (a public research centre dedicated to terrestrial ecology and global change); undertaking an active observation of the role of vegetable species in the public space; and writing and designing artistic interventions for public space; among others.