BIO

Túlio Rosa (Sombrio, Brasil, 1989)

Performer and coreographer. Live and produces in Madrid, Spain. Master in Performing Arts and Visual Culture – University Castilla-La Mancha/ Reina Sofia Museum/ Artea (Madrid, 2016). Bachelor’s degree in Contemporary Dance – Angel Vianna Dance School (Rio de Janeiro, 2011).

Works as an independent artist since 2009. In 2012 he received a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture of Brazil to develop the research Eu vírgula você e eu in the city of Lisbon, Portugal. Since then, he had the opportunity to work in different countries, and did several residencies in Brazil and abroad, in spaces as Barda del Desierto (Patagonia Argentina), CICO – Center for Choreographic Research (Mexico City), La Poderosa (Barcelona, Spain), Azala (Basque Country), ACSL (Yerevan, Armenia) Club Cultural Matienzo (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Hosek Contemporary (Berlin, Germany), among others. His work has addressed gender issues, traditional notions of authorship and artwork, and aspects of social criticism and activism.

In his trajectory he has collaborated with choreographers such as Luís Garay and Diego Bianchi (Argentina), Ana Borralho and João Galante (Portugal), and Giselda Fernandes (Brazil). Since 2014 he collaborates with Marcelo Evelin on the performance Suddenly everywhere is black with people, already presented in more than 17 countries in 3 continents, and also on the development of Barricada, recently presented at the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid.

In the last years he has been connected to the research programs organized by Artea in Madrid, such as the Master in Performing Practices and Visual Culture (Museo Reina Sofia / Universidad Castilla-La Mancha 2015-16) and the research program Expanded Theatricalities – Bodies and Democracy (Matadero Madrid, 2016-17).

His last projects Here and Elsewhere (2018) and Experiments for a non submissive body (2015-17) have been presented internationally in spaces as Teatro Solís (Montevideo), Museo del Chopo (Mexico), Hosek Contemporary (Berlin), Teatro Pradillo and Swington Gallery (Madrid), Teatro Praga (Lisboa), CCMatienzo (Buenos Aires), NPAK (Yerevan), among others.