Our team consists of 5 people in the leading group. The directors and founders of the group are Irais Avila and Angelica Ochoa. Followed by Damaris Hernandes as the communication manager, Sophia Guardiola as the social media manager and Solveig Houzvic as a media art director.


2019 guests



Rosa Angélica Ochoa studied a Bachelor degree in Performing Arts finished in 2014.

Upon completion of the undergraduate degree, she co-founded a dance collective called Jaguar Danza Accion, active from 2013-2017. The collective succeeded in participating in a number of important dance festivals in Mexico, Cuba and Colombia. From 2016 to 2017 Angelica worked as technical assistant, and lighting assistant with Proyecto al Margen (sound, visual-multimedia, performance language).

Currently, she has been co-directing an annual international video-dance festival in Mexico titled Audiovisual Movement Exhibition, launched in 2015. Since 2017 she has been living in Melbourne, getting involved with the Arts and Entertainment Industry.




Irais Avila from Guadalajara, Jalisco. Scenic interdisciplinary artist, manager and teacher; graduated from the Licentiate in Performing Arts for the Dancing Expression of the University of Guadalajara with a specialty in Choreography, has been a beneficiary of the PROYECTA production and PROYECTA transfer program of the Jalisco Culture Secretary.

She has served as Co-Director and creator of the project Movimiento Audiovisual since 2014. She is currently a professor at the University Center of Art, Architecture and Design of Guadalajara University in the artistic projects academy.

Her choreographic and audiovisual work has been presented in Germany, Cuba, Colombia, Argentina and Mexico.




Damariz Hernández, coordinator of Muestra Movimiento Audiovisual; has a Master's degree in Audiovisual Creation and Performing Arts, by the University of Málaga; and a Grade in Performing Arts for dance expression, by the University of Guadalajara. She has worked as a stage artist, choreographer, teacher and independent researcher. Her research work has been published by the Spanish Association of Dance + Research; and her choreographic and audiovisual work has been presented in Mexico, Colombia, Cuba and Spain.


Ana Sedeño Valdellós


PhD in Audiovisual Communication and Professor in the Department of Audiovisual Communication and Advertising at the University of Malaga (Spain). Her research deals with music in relation to audiovisual media (The language of the video and contemporary film music) and audiovisual practices in the contemporary scene from an historical or educational perspective, with special emphasis on facts art as the VJ, the mapping or videodance. In connection with them she has published several books such as 'Lenguaje del videoclip'( Video clip language), 'Análisis del cine Contemporáneo: Estrategias estéticas, narrativas y de puesta en escena'(Analysis of contemporary cinema: aesthetic strategies, narrative and staging), 'La música contemporánea en el cine'(Contemporary Music in Film",) and  'Historia del videoarte en España'(The history of video art in Spain). Some of her articles are published in several academics reviews.