Javier Moreno

Type(s) of dance: classical and contemporary
Other talents: aerial dance (contemporary circus)
Height: 1.80
Eye color: DARK BROWN
Hair color: DARK BROWN

His beginnings and professional training were mainly in Classical Dance, as well as contemporary dance; but his curiosity and need for new creative processes led him to delve in contemporary circus, expanding his bodily knowledge of aerial circus elements in Barcelona, ​​Quebec and Mexico.
From 1998 to date, he has collaborated as a performer in important shows and dance, circus and physical theater companies such as: Ballet de Monterrey, Compañía Nacional de Danza (Mx), 7 Doigts de la Main, De la Guarda, Mi Raza, Cirko de Mente, UX Onodanza, Arthur Kuggeleyn and Cía, among others. He has collaborated creating movement and choreography assistance for the Bicentennial parade (2010), Mexico City Day of the Dead parade (2017), F1 Show (2019). Having the opportunity to lead the artistic direction of the Siguientescena International Festival for several years and his constant relationship with interdisciplinary artists, led him to create La Imperfecta Compañía in 2016, its main objective being to establish new platforms for creation, interdisciplinary collaboration and International cultural exchange; He collaborated alongside Horacio Franco in the show Conecta Fronteras 2016 (UNAM), 2nd anniversary of the Javier Marín Foundation and directing scenic proposals for the Oaxaca Art and Technology Festival 2016, for the 1st. Anniversary of the Aragón Lighthouse 2017 and for the 2018 Chimera Festival.
He has participated in audiovisual projects such as ‘Ana la serie’ by Amazon and the film ‘Bardo’ by Alejandro González Iñárritu.