Ainhoa Hernández Escudero. Multidisciplinary artist based in Amsterdam, born and raised in Madrid. DAS Theatre MA program 2020-2022. Her work traverses counter-hegemonic practices under the spell of pop aesthetics and the mainstream culture inherent to our current reality. She investigates and approaches the strange, with an interest in that which is outside the limits of what we can name. Lately, she has been reflecting on the mystical impulses that lie behind our obsession with information technology. She is currently developing the second chapter of the choreographic saga Blooming. She is a founder member of the choreographic collective Twins Experiment; she is part of the curatorial project Saliva, of Bastante Algo, Otros Muebles, a project that combines design and choreography, and of DUST a fugitive institute based in Amsterdam.
She has shown works in contexts such as Frascati, Come Together, Bâtard Festival, Gessnerallee Zurich, Center for the Performance Research NY, Tanzquartier WIEN, Archeologias del the Future ARG, Museo del Chopo MEX, Zeitraumexit DE, INTacto VIT, La Poderosa BCN, Antic Teatre BCN, La Caldera BCN, La Casa Encendida MAD, Naves de Matadero Madrid MAD, CA2M, MAD, Conde Duque MAD, PAF FR, espai nyamnyam CAT.
She has worked with: Valentina Desideri, Corazon del Sol, Juan Canela, Mårten Spångberg, Xavier Le Roy, María Jerez, Meg Stuart, Luis Alberto Zamorano, Florencia Martinelli, Andrea Zavala, Rosa Casado & Mike Brookes, Elioa Steffens, Alexa Mardon, among others.
She has received the support of AFK 3 Package Deal and Frascati, ICK, SNDO, Bijlem Park Theatre, Balkonscenes podiumkunsten, CA2M, La Casa Encendida, Injuve, Grant for Young Artists and curators of the Community of Madrid, Grant to the creation of the Madrid City Council, AC/E PICE, Grant for the choreographic creation of the Community of Madrid, Canal Dance Center, CentroCentro.