Acacia Ojea

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Acacia Ojea


Born in Vigo, Galicia (Spain) in 1994. Music student since 1999. Graduated in Fine Arts in 2017.
Lived and worked in a cross-cultural environment in Marseille (France) with the performance art collective Ornic’art, and in Porto (Portugal) with the digital cinema and music channel Canal180, from 2017 to 2019. Her creative interest and investigation ranges from film language, sound creation and gesture as a medium.

Some of her works have been exposed in exhibitions like Novos Valores (Sexto Edificio, Museo de Pontevedra), Do final e do comezo (Pazo da Cultura, Pontevedra), the Contemporary Audiovisual Art Festival Intersección (Fundación Luis Seoane, A Coruña) or the Experimental Cinema Festival Coronavirus (Cineteca, Matadero Madrid). She’s also known by AKAZIE as a dj and sound artist, collaborating with different spaces and clubs throughout Galicia and Madrid, like Sala Master Club, Sala Mondo Club, Paraíso Perdido, Sala Doppler, La Iguana Club, Sala Republik Madrid, Club 8K or Uñas Chung-Lee. Now she’s also working on virtual proposals with labels and festivals like Blank Nights Madrid, Offline Meeting Point Barcelona, Honey Club Madrid or Varadero Fest Moaña.

Currently living between Vigo and Madrid, where she has finished the Contemporary Audiovisual Creation Project Master LAV (2019-2020) and now is creating and researching on the Electroacustic Composition and New Media Katarina Gurska’s Master (2020-2021).


* Young Jury award to her film “La bouche, promèner, non, non, non”. | Premiere on Intersección, Contemporary Audiovisual Art Festival, A Coruña, Galicia (ES). 2020

Some reviews about the film:

Algunos filmes del foco Galicia | Desistfilm

Diversidade, risco e experimentación: o foco galego do Festival Intersección | Praza

El festival Intersección anuncia su palmarés | Otros Cines Europa

* Selected Artist on X Encontro de Artistas Novos. | Cidade da Cultura, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia (ES). 2020

* Selected film on Festival de Cine Experimental Coronavirus. Cineteca Matadero, Madrid (ES). 2020




Independent artist