Julián Pacomio

His performance arts works explore the idea of copying, remaking, translation and appropriation of foreign materials: He collaborates with the choreographer Ángela Millano in the research project Asleep Images, from which they have created the pieces PSYCHO (2019) and Make It, Don’t Fake It (2019), with residences in Tabakalera (San Sebastian), La Caldera (Barcelona), Atelier Real (Lisboa), Desfoga (Cambados) and S’ALA (Sassari). El mundo bajo el mundo (2017) Espacio Hacedor (2016) in collaboration with the architect Miguel del Amo in the programme “Artistas en residencia” of La Casa Encendida and CA2M, Frinje Fest Madrid and Leal_Lav (Tenerife) and My Turin Horse (2012) in Matadero Madrid. Since 2016 he is part of the performance art’s collective Bullshit, taking part of Bulshit MEX fest (Ciudad de México) and Bullshit UY fest (Motevideo).

Since 2017 he works with the choreographer João Fiadeiro in From afar it was an Island, From close up, a stone and What to do with what remains. In 2019 he works with the choreographer Luis Garay in Mud Gold and with the choreographer Annika Pannitto in The Third Table. BFA University of Salamanca Spain. He holds a Master’s Degree in Arts Practice and Visual Culture from the University of Alcalá and Artea in collaboration with the Museo Reina Sofía, La Casa Encendida and Matadero Madrid. Between 2015 and 2017 he participated in the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía’s Advanced Studies in Critical Practices programme organised by Artea. In 2020, he is attending at Forum Dança PACAP (Performing Arts Advanced Program) curated by João Dos Santos Martins in Lisbon.

Type of person
Name
Julián
Surname(s)
Pacomio