Clara García Fraile has worked in a pen factory, the hotel of Quadrophenia and as live audience of TV quiz shows, amongst other places.
After graduating in Dance and Visual Art at the University of Brighton (UK, 2008), she initiated Me and the Machine with Sam Pearson, a multidisciplinary performance collaboration, working mainly with the choreographic power of screens over bodies.
Their works received prestigious awards and toured internationally, more information can be found here: www.meandthemachine.co.uk In 2016 she entered DAS Theatre (formerly known as Das Arts), in Amsterdam.
Her solo work has been labelled by friends and foes as signature terrorism, cute anarchism, experiments on poetic politics or performative philosophy. From theatrical apparatuses to visual works, it oscillates between the elaboration of new combative ways of togetherness and actions of disruption of customary ways of looking or relating to the living bodies, images and materials around us.