Karla Kracht & Andrés Beladiez

We are interested in the present, the now and here within society, the place we occupy in it as individuals. Regarding narrative and aesthetic aspects, we lose ourselves and find us again at frontiers, many times we work outside the box, outside classifications, resulting in a multidisciplinary work, distant from usual genres.


Karla Kracht & Andrés Beladiez

After several small collaborations, Karla and Andrés joined forces to create the interdisciplinary Live-Cinema-Show zoomwooz, a stage performance mixing various artistic disciplines, which has been presented at Festival du Nouveaux Cinema, Montreal / Dfesta, Seoul / Incheon Art Platform, South Korea / dferia, San Sebastian / Alhondiga Bilbao / Festival Alt, Vigo / Festival A PART, Katowice  / Animac, Lleida / Künstlerhaus Nürnberg / Mindpirates Berlin amongst many others.

They develop their innovative work in creation residencies in Korea, Bolivia, Portugal and Spain, where they also participate in community activities, artists talks and give workshops and courses.

Andrés Beladiez (Spain 1966)

Graduated in stage direction and dramaturgy at RESAD, Madrid he incorporates  the use of technology as a tool for the scenic narration in most of his plays.  He complements his artistic work with cultural management, artistic advice for festivals, companies and programming structures.

He has been awarded by the Stage Directors Association with the Premio José Luis Alonso for new directors.


Karla Kracht (Germany 1975)

Karla is video artist, illustrator and animation artist. Educated in Germany, Spain and the UK, she lives and works in Barcelona. She uses her drawings, animations and video-art to create performance and installation pieces, which  have been exhibited in festivals and art spaces worldwide. Recently her artistic practice focuses on real time aspects of her work. Her recurring topics are time and space, borders, migration and current social and political issues, which she portraits with a good portion of humour. Her influences come from everyday live, from the many work related travels, from the misery of this world and the beautiful things of humanity.