We are a group of managing artists, brought together to research, produce and disseminate stage proposals that raise questions based on a philosophy of openness and dialogue, allowing knowledge from other disciplines to be transferred to artistic work.

Since 2010, we have carried out collective projects that have fostered a constant exchange with invited creators, keeping our conceptions of art and scene in motion. We are part of the Alternate Network for the Performing Arts, an organization of artists based in Yucatan, 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 Secretary of Culture, the National Institute of Fine Arts, IBERMÚSICAS and IBERESCENA, the National Fund for Culture and the Arts, the National Center for the Arts, the Stimulus Program for Artistic Creation and Development, the Training and Choreographic Production Center de Morelos, Mexican Center for Music and Sound Arts of Morelia and Mérida City Council.

With the interest of broadening the experience of the public around our proposals, we developed the Experiences in Transit and Immersion platforms. We currently collaborate with Paula González, Olga Gutiérrez, David Brandstätter, Verónica Santiago, Karen de Luna and Diego Martínez.