Laia Estruch (Barcelona, 1981) lives and works in Barcelona. She has a Fine Arts degree from the University of Barcelona and studied in The Cooper Union University during the last year (New York, 2010).
Her practice focuses on the body language in relation to the voice. Using spoken word, songs, objects, and publications, her projects analyse the emotional possibilities of the a capella voice opening a space for reflection around the performative character of the sound recording and the oral archive.
She has presented her projects in MACBA (2012), La Capella BCN Producció (2011, 2013, 2018), Teatre La Villarroel (2013), Fundación Antoni Tàpies (Barcelona, 2014), ADN Platform gallery (Barcelona, 2015), Centro Párraga (Murcia, 2016),
Teatro Pradillo (Madrid, 2016), Fundación Joan Miró (Barcelona, 2016), Antic Teatre (Barcelona, 2016), Chapelle des Beaux-Arts (Paris, 2017), CA2M & La Casa Encendida (Madrid, 2017), Museo Picasso (Barcelona, 2018), Fundación Botí (Córdoba, 2018) and Radio Reina Sofia (2018) among other places.
She carried out workshops in the MACBA educational programme (2016-2018) and participated in the programme En Residència, Creadores in Barcelona high schools(2016-2017).