Antia Diaz Otero is a choreographer, dancer and researcher graduated in the History of Arts; she holds a Master’s degree in Art du spectacle from the Free University of Brussels. She is currently working on her research on the creative process in contemporary dance in the frame of a PHD in the same university. In 2009 she started to develop her own work with the creation of the solo Diola, a piece that received the Injuve 2010 award. In the same year, she created Mauvaise herbes au Brass in collaboration with the company Mala Hierba and in 2013 with Marielle Morales Le Pli (Le future n'était pas comme ça), a piece that received the Best Direction Award at BE Festival (Birmingham, England). As a dancer, she worked with the Cie. Megaló Teatro Móvil, with the theatre maker Michiel Soete, the choreographer Michèle Anne de Mey (Charleroi-Danses), the visual artist Kendell Geers and the Cie. D’ici P/Fré Werbrouck, among others. As an artistic assistant she has worked with the Mala Hierba Company and has collaborated with the Spanish choreographer Janet Novas.