Team

Miguel Ángel Baixauli. Coordinator.

Filmmaker, independent researcher and curator. Visiting Professor in the Master of Visual Arts and Multimedia and in the Master's Degree in Artistic Production of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV); he is the coordinator of activities of La Posta Foundation, director of the Processual Cinema Research project and co-director of the journeys of Cinema to come. He has made three feature films: Ver no es hablar (Seeing is not talk), 2016, for the project Processual Cinema, Temps d'aigua (Times of water), 2009, prize for the best documentary at the 30th Mostra de Cinema del Mediterràni, and Sol de Amparaes (Amparaes's Sun), 2014; in addition to numerous documentary medium-length films. He has been editor and corrector of Cinematografías de África. A meeting with its protagonists, of Guadalupe Arensburg, and has just published a long research essay for the Laav_ (Laboratory of Experimental Audiovisual Anthropology). He has also collaborated with various performing arts companies as a visual artist.

Anaïs Florin. Collaborator.

Visual artist. Born in Cannes (France) and currently residing in Valencia, she graduated in Advertising and PR by the Universitat d'Alacant, Specialist in Contemporary Art by the Superior Institute of Art of Madrid, University Expert in E-Commerce and Community Management by The Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, graduated in Fine Arts by the Polytechnic University of Valencia and currently student of the Master of Artistic Production at the same University. He was part of the organizing committee of Comboi a la Fresca, Encounters of Collective Architectures (Valencia 2011), founding member of Solar Corona as well as La Calderería. His artistic practice is mainly in the field of ephemeral intervention in urban spaces. http://cargocollective.com/anaisflorin/

Damià Jordà. Collaborator.

Visual artist specializing in the new narrative, expository and instalation video forms, and multimedia projects. For years coordinates Screens. Itinerant exhibition of video-creation, activity developed with the support of Ministry of Culture within the program Promotion of Contemporary Spanish Art 2011, has been seen in Barcelona, Belfast, Buenos Aires, Invorio (Italy) and Hanoi (Vietnam).