Founded in 2009 by its director and choreographer Antonio Ruz, the company’s aims include researching, exploring the field of movement and collaborating with artists from other disciplines such as plastic arts, contemporary and non- contemporary music.

Its productions include: No Drama, which made its debut in 2010 at the Teatro Pradillo in Madrid thanks to the support of Centro de Danza Canal, the Spanish Embassy in Berlin, Instituto Cervantes and Sasha Waltz & Guests, and toured different festivals, including in Brazil, Berlin and at the Teatro Fernando Fernán Gómez in Madrid; Ignoto, produced with the support of Kubik Fabrik Madrid, which premiered at the Certamen Internacional de Coreografía Burgos-New York 2011, where it received the RCH award for Best Interpretation, and was presented at the XIII Festival Internacional Cádiz en Danza and at the Festival DanzaMOS of Centro Cultural Conde Duque; Ojo, a co-production with Sasha Waltz & Guests, with support by Centro de Danza Canal, Teatro Buero Vallejo de Alcorcón and the Spanish Embassy in Berlin, which premiered in 2012 at the Festival de Otoño de Madrid; Libera Me!, co-produced with Vocalconsort Berlin, with the support of Centro de Danza Canal, which premiered in 2012 at the St. Martini church, in Stadthagen (Germany) and was included in the programme of the Real Coliseo Carlos III, San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid); Vaivén, co-produced by Mercat de les Flors de Barcelona and the Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg, with the support of the Festival de Otoño de Madrid, Sasha Waltz & Guests and L’animal a l’esquena, which premiered at the Teatro de Central de Sevilla; À L’Espagnole, fantasía escénica, co-produced by Accademia del Piacere (director: Fahmi Alqhai) and the Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada, which premiered in 2015 at the Teatro Alameda (Seville), won the award for Best Innovative Show of the Asociación de Grupos Españoles de Música Antigua (GEMA), was nominated for Best Dance Show, Best Choreography and Best Cast at the XIX Premios Max de las Artes Escénicas and won the 2015 PAD Award for Best Choreography, awarded by the Asociación de Profesionales y Compañías por el Desarrollo de la Danza en Andalucía; Recreo.02, which was the inaugural show of the new Colegio Alemán de Madrid, promoted by architecture firm Gruentuch Ernst Architekten BDA, with more than eighty artists, including dancers, musicians and young singers, and with the active participation of the students of the Colegio Alemán de Madrid and the Coro de Jóvenes de Madrid under the direction of Juan Pablo de Juan; Beautiful Beach, co-produced by LaZonaKubik Madrid, which premiered in 2015 and was performed in 2017 at the Teatro Pavón Kamikaze and at the Real Coliseo Carlos III, El Escorial (Madrid); Double Bach, with acclaimed dancer Tamako Akiyama, which was co-produced by the Festival Internacional de Teatro Clásico de Almagro, with the support of the Compañía Nacional de Danza and the Centro de Danza Canal, and, after its worldwide premiere, toured twelve cities in seven Spanish autonomous communities and was subsequently performed at the Festival DanzaMOS of Centro Cultural Conde Duque (2016), at the Corral de Alcalá (2017) and at Sala Cuarta Pared as part of the MoverMadrid contemporary dance cycle (2019); Presente, with the collaboration of Teatros del Canal and the support of the regional and local authorities of Madrid, which was nominated for the Premios Max in the categories of Best Dance Show, Best Choreography, Best Lighting Design, Best Costume Design and Best Female Performance (dancer Melania Olcina); Gugurumbé, las raíces negras, a new co-production with Accademia del Piacere, which premiered in 2020 at the Festival de Granada; Signos, with violist Isabel Villanueva, which made its debut at the Teatro Central de Sevilla in 2021; and, most recently, La Noche de San Juan, a production of the Fundación Juan March and the Gran Teatre del Liceu of Barcelona, premiered in 2021 at Fundación Juan March (Madrid).