We are a group of managing artists, gathered to investigate, produce and spread scenic proposals that raise questions based on a philosophy of openness and dialogue, transferring knowledge from other disciplines to artistic work.
Since 2010, we have worked in collective projects that have led to a constant exchange with guest creators, keeping our conceptions of art and scene moving. We are part of the Alternate Network for the Performing Arts, an organization of artists based in Yucatan, Mexico which aims to create cooperation strategies that improve the quality of life of its members.
In 2018, the “Wireframe” work won the Guillermo Arriaga National Choreography Award, INBA-UAM.
We have been supported by the Ministry of Culture, National Institute of Fine Arts, IBERMÚSICAS and IBERESCENA, National Fund for Culture and Arts, National Center for the Arts, Stimulus Program for Artistic Creation and Development, Training Center and Choreographic Production de Morelos, Mexican Center for Music and Sound Arts of Morelia and Mérida City Council.
With the interest of expanding the public´s experience and spreading our proposals, we develop the continuous training platforms Experiences in Transit and Immersion. We are currently collaborating with Olga Gutiérrez (Mexico), Paula González (Chile-Mexico), Karen de Luna (Mexico), David Brandstätter (Germany) and Andrea Catania (CostaRica).
Dancer and choreographer graduated from the Professional School of Dance of Mazatlan and graduated in cultural management from the University of Guadalajara. Diana has worked in the dance companies Guadalajara en Movimiento, Delfos and tumàka't. Throughout her career she has danced in forums from Mexico, Venezuela, Cuba, USA, Belize, Uruguay, Spain, Colombia, Panama, Austria and Brazil.
In 2010 she traveled to Merida, where she founded together with Gervasio Cetto makinadT an artistic platform and started INAMM with the aim of creating proposals for art and social development. In 2013 she joined Red Alterna a group of scenic artists from Yucatan.
Throughout her career she has received the support of FONCA Performing Artist 2009, the award for Female Performer at the IX Choreography Héctor Chávez 2009, FONCA Young Creator 2015, FONCA Cultural Program for Art Development 2016 with the project Eco side B and FONCA Scenic Creator B 2017.
Currently she works on the piece Unfolding and collaborates with different artist as Olga Gutierrez in state of emergency; Karen de Luna in What We May Be; Paula González Pulsion, Testimonial Dance; Vanilton Lakka Copy a distance choreography; Festina Lente directed by David Brandstatter and Wireframe with Gervasio Cetto.
Scenic artist, choreographer, photographer and cultural manager from Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico. In 2010, he founded MákinadT company, a platform where he created interdisciplinary and contemporary dance proposals that were presented in the United States, Venezuela, Argentina, Uruguay, Spain, Brazil, Panama,
Colombia, Belize, Austria and Mexico. He collaborates with choreographer Amanda Piña, and managing artists Diana Bayardo and Paula González to create the institutional artistic platform INAMM (www.inamm.org).
He received support from FONCA Scenic Creators 2010–2011, PECDA 2013-2014, FONCA Young Creators 2014-2015, FONCA Cultural Co-Investments 2016-2017, IBERESCENA 2016-2017, Municipal Funds for the Arts of Mérida 2018, FONCA Scenic Creators with Trajectory 2019- 2021 and the recognition of the best Choreography of the Guillermo Arriaga National Dance Award INBA-UAM 2018 for the work “WireFrame” Choreographic Architecture. Member of Red Alterna SC cooperative (www.redalterna.mx).