Niño de Elche (ES)
Niño de Elche is an undisciplined artist and former flamenco artist who has skillfully blended various artistic genres in his different creative endeavors. These genres include flamenco, free improvisation, krautrock, electronic music, electroacoustic, and contemporary music, as well as poetry, performance, dance, and theater. In addition to his 13 recorded works, he has published four books with a more poetic nature.
He has collaborated with artists such as Angélica Liddell, Rosalía, Ernesto Artillo, María Muñoz, Rocío Molina, Cabosanroque, Raül Refree, and C. Tangana, among others. He was one of the Spanish artists invited to Documenta 14 with the proposal “La farsa monea,” alongside artists Pedro G. Romero and Israel Galván.
He also starred in the film “Niños somos todos” directed by Sergi, and filmmakers Marc Sempere and Leire Apellániz created “Canto cósmico,” a film based on his life and work. For the Collection of the Reina Sofía National Art Museum, he developed the work “Auto Sacramental Invisible,” a sound representation inspired by Val del Omar.