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Judit Colomer Mascaró

Judit Colomer Mascaró is a space design graduate from Eina, Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art, Barcelona (2013). In 2014 she gained her master’s degree in Theatre Studies (MUET) at the Institut del Teatre and the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. In 2014 she began her PhD in Theatre Studies with a thesis about the particular nature of the stage object.

Her latest stage creations are Concert de Nadal (directed by Anna Llopart at the Teatre del Liceu), COSA/COS (Les Impuxibles), Instrumental (directed by Iván Morales at the Espai Lliure), Orsini (directed by Xicu Masó at the Sala Tallers of the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya) and Suite TOC n6 (Les Impuxibles, at Sala Beckett). She has also designed sets for works such as El percebeiro by David Menéndez, Pocahontas by Bàrbara Mestanza, Goldilocks and Ànsia directed by Júlia Barceló, Galileu directed by Carme Portaceli, Filla del seu pare, directed by Pau Miró, among others. She has also been assistant to Max Glaenzel, Anna Alcubierre and Sebastià Brosa on various occasions. 

Since 2016 she has been a research lecturer at Eina, Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art de Barcelona, teaching Ephemeral Space Design, now Design Culture Projects II. In 2016 she participated in the 1st International Congress of Young Researchers in Theatre Studies of the University of Murcia with a paper entitled “Set design: hybrid forms of space dramaturgies”. In 2015 she attended Scenographic Things/Scenography Objects. TaPRA Scenography Interim Event at Trinity College in Dublin with “Things behind Scenography Objects: Practice-Based Perspectives on Soy el Pueblo”.

Update: 30 December 2019

Has participated in

Cosa/Cos. La bellesa subvertida

A creation by Les Impuxibles and Judit Colomer Mascaró