JULIÁN BARÓN

(Castellón, España. 1978)
I was formed as an industrial engineer and worked as a quality manager in a road signage company. Between 2007 and 2015 I was the director and a photography professor at Blank Paper Escuela Online, Valencia and Castellón. In recent years I have developed a visual body of work that reacts to an agitated socio-political context, and that converges different lines of action that connect production –from different media such as photography, video, sound collage, installations or books– with teaching and coordination of didactic projects.

AITZIBER
URTASUN

(Bilbao, España. 1973)
I studied Business and Tourism at University of Deusto, Bilbao and History of Art at University of the Basque Country with a master’s Degree in Contemporary Art at University of Deusto. I have worked in the Education departments of the Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao and in the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and collaborated with international institutions such as the Kunsthaus in Zürich or The Art Institute of Chicago. Currently I direct the Didactic Department of the Jorge Oteiza Museum Foundation, in Alzuza, Navarra. I combine my work in the museum with collaborations in the teaching domain and curatorial projects. Developing at the same time my own artistic work in the field of performance, a space of work and meditation that I use as a research scenario applied to new methodologies in the artistic education.

ANDREA JÖSCH

(Arica, Chile. 1973)
Photographer, licensed in Communication at UNIACC and with a master’s degree in Cultural Management at University of Chile. Since 2009 editor-in-chief of the South American photography magazine Sueño de la Razón(http://www.suenodelarazon.org).Between 2006 - 2016 academic director of the School of Visual Arts at the University of Arts, Sciences and Communication in Santiago de Chile. Currently a researcher at the Faculty of Art and coordinator of the Magister in Photographic Research and Creation at the Finis Terrae University. Since 2003 she has been researching, editing and curating projects related to the image, as well as doing editorial support and teaching.

MARIO
SANTAMARÍA

(Burgos, España. 1985)
Licensed in Fine Arts and graduated in the master’s degree in Visual Arts and Multimedia at the Polytechnic University of Valencia. My artistic practice studies the phenomenon of the contemporary observer, paying attention both to representational or symbolic practices and to the devices of vision and mediation. Using tactics of appropriation, remake and montage, my work intervenes in different territories such as conflict, memory, virtuality or surveillance. Problematizing the relationships between the production of the imaginary and the ways in which the body of the observer is pierced by languages and technologies.

JON CAZENAVE

(San Sebastián, España. 1978)
Licensed in Economic and Business Sciences at University of Deusto. Since 2007 I have been working on a long-term photographic research project called Galerna. This work focuses on the idiosyncrasy and aesthetics of the Basque people with an anthropological perspective, using sign and symbol in a sense close to contemporary creation. My photographic process is considered as a continuous search to assume universal and intimate questions lacking solid answers.

INTIMIDAD
ROMERO

(Facebook, 2010)
Facing the spectacularization of everyday life as a direct consequence of the effect produced by digital media and the web 2.0 in the circulation of social images, in 2010 I presented myself as a work of art in the contemporary digital ecosystem by critically examining the mediated personal and interpersonal dynamics by subverting conventional codes of the so-called social networks. Although I’m simply a Facebook profile almost like any other, I have attracted the attention of media such as El Mundo, El País, Neural Magazine or Rhizome.org. I have been nominated for the "Social Media Art Awards", invited to Pixxelpoint, StreamingEgos NRW, "Tarjeta de memoria" at the Bogotá Museum of Modern Art, Digital Art Festival of Athens or the HTMlles Festival.

CHRISTIAN ROBLES

(Avilés, España. 1973)
I am a final year undergraduate student pursuing my Degree in Audiovisual Communication at Jaume I University in Castellón. I am doing the Final Degree internship as an assistant coordinator of educational centres for the project imagenred.org

XOSÉ LOIS
G. FAILDE

(Lalín-Pontevedra, España. 1976)
Licensed in History of Art. My activity covers different areas: photographic, writing and teaching practice. In addition to producing my own photographic works or writing for art critic platforms or as an author of texts for other artists; I try to introduce in the classroom didactic procedures linked to photographic and/or artistic processes related to visual culture within the secondary school curriculum.