Júlia Rúbies Subirós is a dancer, collaborator and maker in the performing arts from Barcelona, living between Barcelona and Brussels. They are interested in practicing expanded choreographic approaches as spaces of transformation, operating through philosophical questions, frequently using personal or documentary material. Often their work questions the means of production and formation of artistic discourse in relation to collective/sociological/political stances.
Graduate from P.A.R.T.S., Julia is presently collaborating with Michiel Vandevelde, Marco d’Agostin, Lili M. Rampre and Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld amongst others. They are a recipient of the DanceWeb 2020 scholarship.
As a writer, Júlia is collaborating with ROSAS, writing on their work at Kolumba, co-publishing a text together with Tessa Hall in the recent publication of the book Drumming (2020), and more. Currently, they are writing a composition manual commissioned by P.A.R.T.S. in collaboration with Diane Madden (rehearsal director of Trisha Brown Dance Company).