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Aimar Pérez Galí – Autor/a en A*Desk

Aimar Pérez Galí develops his artistic practice as a dancer, choreographer, researcher, pedagogue and writer. He graduated as a performer in contemporary dance from the Amsterdam School of the Arts and later studied the PEI at MACBA. Since 2024 he has been teaching composition at the Conservatori Superior de Dansa del Institut del Teatre. His work, which has been seen nationally and internationally, includes stage works such as Sudando el discurso: una crítica encuerpada (acquired by the Morera Museum in Llieda), The Touching Community or èpica, the film Touching Blues, publications such as Sudando el discurso, Lo tocante or Cuadernos sobre el tocar, written with Jaime Conde-Salazar with whom he shares the CondeGalí BL project, creating works aimed at school and family audiences such as DITDIT or Sujeto · Verbo · Predicado, and even applying the knowledge of DITDIT in the field of health with a group of users of ACE (Alzheimer Center Barcelona) thanks to the Campus Salud of the Castell de Peralada Foundation. He has collaborated with artists such as Xavier Le Roy, Dora García, C. Tangana, Maria Arnal & Marcel Bagès and Nicole Beutler. He has been studying piano for the last three years.

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