About

Objectora is a Visual Theatre company based in Spain and the UK exploring multidisciplinary art forms to create engaging experiences with communities in its diversity. With a commitment to environmentally friendly practices, Objectora explores contemporary issues of social justice from feminist perspectives and for all ages.
 

Objectora was created by visual and performance artist Sònia Gardés, who has more than ten years of experience in the arts and performance sector. 


Her career started in the field of make up, working for DDT sfx in the films Agora, by Alejandro Amenábar (2009) and Broken Embraces, by Pedro Almodóvar (2009). She graduated in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona after an Erasmus studying Costume Design and Making in Nottingham Trent University and worked as a makeup artist and costume designer as well as teaching sculpture as an Associate Professor at the University of Barcelona.


Sònia moved to Scotland in 2015, where she started her career as a storyteller, puppeteer and performer as well as puppet and costume designer and maker. Since then, she has worked, been commissioned and collaborated with artists and companies like the National Theatre of Scotland, Puppet Animation Scotland, Edinburgh Children’s Festival, Vision Mechanics, Gavin Glover, Theatre Gu Leòr, Cutting Edge, the Amsterdam Storytelling Festival and the Federation for European Storytelling, amongst others. 

You can find more about Sònia Gardés by clicking here:

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These are some of OBJECTORA's clients, collaborators and commissioners:

 

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