Abraham Hurtado

Murcia, Spain.
Licensed in Performing Arts at the Drama School in Murcia. He has worked with several directors and companies such as La Fura dels Baus, Jordi Cortés, Fleur Boonman, Erre que Erre, Francisco Camacho, Carlota Lagido, Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods, Frank Castorf. Volksbuehne Guest. In 2006 he premiered his first dance piece Bipolar with Kotomi Nishiwaki, presented in the Festival Intimate Strangers in the Volksbuehne, Berlin and Complicitats Festival in Barcelona. During 2007 he worked with Meg Stuart as the assistant of choreography for the piece Blessed. He also directed I Was There a dance piece composed for six women, presented in Mercat dels Flors, Barcelona and Festival Temps D'Images Portugal. Now Living in Berlin and working with video and Live Installations. First exhibition related with own videos and Live Installation in Galerie Tristesse deluxe, Berlin. Presented the first Bridge on a Wall, in colaboration with Vania Rovisco, in June 2008, since then five interventions in Galerie Tristesse deluxe, have taken place. Each time the direction of what is proposed and the invitation of various artists involved differes. In 2009 he create BACK DOOR...a happenings party's in Galerie Tristesse deluxe. Last piece, Die Korper Ohne Uns (Creation 2009). In April 2009 create with Jochen Arbeit and Vania Rovisco AADK Aktuelle Architektur der Kultur. AADK refers to a concept, in constant adjustment and formation, of works constructed and projected by a group of artists that share a vision to create a structure that support their ultimate needs. In 2010 he develop a serie's of Laboratory's about the concept mind-body-brain in differents city's like a Barcelona, Lisbon, Berlin, Tel Aviv... As a final results he will create a micro performance of each Lab with artists from the local city's.