Mario Tarragó

Original idea, direction, design, and work on paper.

(1971). Since childhood, at 7 years old, he goes with a brush in hand and moves among colors and shapes that begin to draw his imagination and artistic talent. His passion for art keeps growing, and in 1988, he starts studying illustration at the Pau Gargallo school. In 1993, together with other artists, he founded the artistic creation studio L’estudi, where in a creative environment, he matures his intuition and expressiveness as a plastic artist. Strongly influenced by expressionism, his tone of voice changes when he speaks of Tamayo, Picasso, the muted atmospheres of Edward Hopper, or the dreamlike world of Balthus. Throughout his career, Mario Tarragó has held dozens of exhibitions, both individual and collective, such as “Lágrimas negras” at the Casa de Cultura, Formentera, in 2003, or “Tiempos Modernos” at Galería Plataforma, Barcelona. As intuitive as attentive to technical error, Mario reinvents himself with each brushstroke and each project, as in this Lovyu experience.

Xavi Vinaixa

Artificial Intelligence, development, and digital programming.

Xavier Vinaixa Roselló (1983). He is a computer scientist with almost twenty years of experience. Driven by great curiosity and passion in everything he does, his career has specialized in the development of applications that amount to a total of 40 million downloads, the processing of massive data, and machine learning. He is the founder of and Broomx Technologies, the first and only virtual reality projector in the world. His disseminating spirit has led him to give talks, lectures, and participate in round tables on machine learning. He currently has a section on public television where he talks about what he himself considers the misnamed artificial intelligence. He has participated in various artistic projects for different events and festivals such as Sónar or KeyFrame in Barcelona. Xavi is naturally curious, which has led him to be part of music groups that have toured throughout Spain or even create his own craft beer brand BrewByCode, with which he won the gold medal at BBF2019.

Josep Sebastià (Lagarto)

Construction design and assembly.

(1970). Otherwise known as Lagarto, he began his career as a set and structure builder within the framework of the theater company Cia Sarruga. Traveling the world, he deepens in this specialty, which later leads him to work for advertising and cinema. In 2007, he founded, along with other colleagues, the Cia Discípulos de Morales, where they design, build, and direct various street theater shows such as Pakonstein and Bosco, viaje al Infierno. In 2008, he founded his own workshop, El Taller del Lagarto, from which hundreds of scenographies, fictions, sets to dress all kinds of shows, festivals, and audiovisual products would come out. For example, in 2010, on the occasion of Badalona Capital de la Cultura Catalana, he was commissioned with the artistic and technical direction, as well as the production and construction of the scenography for the show SPECULUM.

Eva Hibernia

Poetry and Voice.

She is a playwright and poet, particularly interested in the intersection of artistic languages. In her career, she has contributed her perspective in a multitude of disciplines. She is the author of about thirty theatrical texts, such as “Teatre Victorina” (within Plumas, jaulas y collares. Antígona, 2022) or “Debajo de la piel, dragón” (within Quebradas. Edual, 2022). Together with the Delirio company, she was able to experiment and participate in various multidisciplinary scenic projects, among which “Reina Coralina” (Obrador de la Sala Beckett 2005, Museo de Historia de Catalunya 2018) and “Punt de Trobada” (Forum de las Cultures, 2004) stand out. Eva’s texts have been translated into 6 languages, and she has been awarded for several of her works and productions such as “El arponero herido por el tiempo” (Accèssit Premio Nacional Marqués de Bradomín 1997), “La América de Edward Hopper” (Max Revelation Award for Catalonia and Critics’ Award for Best Lighting). As a poet, we can read her in different collections, such as “Puse mi cabeza al norte de los bosques & calendario de mis huesos” (Invasoras, 2022). With all her experience in her gaze, she also dedicates herself to pedagogy as a coach for writers.

Caridad González

Communication, Digital Marketing, and Storytelling.

An expert in Communication, Digital Marketing, Advertising Creativity, and Storytelling, with over 15 years of experience in both offline and online domains. She has developed a significant part of her professional career in communication and advertising creativity in renowned agencies such as Weber Shandwick, Contrapunto, or Shackleton, where she has worked for major brands like Diageo, Kellogg’s, Heineken, Mercedes-Benz, El Corte Inglés, Smart, or JcDecaux, among others. She holds a Master’s in Advertising Creativity from Zink! and a degree in Information Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid. She has several creativity awards, including Drac Novell (UAB) 2006 and a short list at the LAUS ADG 2007 awards. Her keen interest in new technologies, user experience, and art in all its forms has led her to collaborate on numerous artistic projects, some of which are her own. Currently, she works as the Head of Communication and Content at LOVYU Experience, a role she combines with her position as the Global Social Media Manager at Wall Street English, an internationally recognized education company with a presence in over 31 countries worldwide.

Irene Molina

Audiovisual Editing and Montage.

She is an editor with a Master’s in Film Editing from the Barcelona Film School, ESCAC. She has worked as an editor on documentaries such as “Francesca i l’amor” and “Fuerza, Cuerpo, Embrujo: The Making of a Dior Cruise collection,” both directed by Alba Sotorra. She has also worked as an assistant editor on films like “Kobane,” directed by Özlem Yaşar, and “Simas Song,” directed by Roya Sadat. Additionally, she has worked on short films, including the documentary short film [B]ELLAS directed by Clara Rodríguez Arasanz and Laia Suru Valverde. This film won the Young Creators Awards from La Bonne and the Barcelona City Council and was selected at the Málaga Film Festival. She has also edited “The Ghost Light,” a short film directed by Kristen Dania, selected at the Rome Independent Prisma Awards with an honorable mention at the New York Movie Awards.