©Mireia Vila Soriano.


She has a Superior Degree in Arts by Universidad Politécnica facultad de Bellas Artes de Valencia, a Complementary Degree in Photography by Solent University, UK and a Master Degree in Set designer by Technische Universität, Berlin, Germany.
She lives and works between Spain and Germany and works within the context of Theatre, Opera, Dance, Cinema, Installation and Photography.

Her aesthetics have always a poetical component, she manages to find, in a very intuitive way, the beauty in the imperfection of the materials. And she achieves this goal with a stunning sensitivity.
She usually sets her work in a social-historical context, and quite often, she makes the audience get involved in it and become an active element of her interpretation.

She has collaborated with set designers like Alexander Polzin and Olga von Wahl.
As a stage and costume designer she has worked in theatres like Teatro Español, CDN and Matadero in Madrid, Teatro Principal and Teatro Rialto in Valencia. Theater Plauen-Zwickau, Bauhaus Dessau, Ufer Studio in Berlin and Opera La Monnaie in Brussels, with works such as "Los Temporales" by Lucía Carballal, "Iván y los perros" by Hattie Naylor or "Cuzco" by Víctor Sánchez Rodríguez.
Her own projects include "10% de tristeza, comer, cagar y volver a empezar", a creation she shares with Rakel Camacho and "Bye bye now, que te jodan forever", a project created by his own company Delio Island, which she shares with Julian Hackemberg.

Her latest works as a scenographer and costume designer for performing arts are; The Ballet "Auf Abstand" by Annett Göhre, Guillaume Hulot, Ihsan Rustem, the play "Man Up" by Teatro en Vilo and the theater play Pasado_Mañana by Osaka Club