Clown, choreographer and performance artist.
Diana Gadish attends the first cycle of Fine Arts at U.B. and in 2007 she graduated from S.N.D.O.(Higher choreography studies in Amsterdam).
As a performer, she has worked on dance, theater, clown and "performance art" projects in different countries (Holland, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Spain and Mexico). She was a member of the interdisciplinary group of music and dance improvisation The Moving Point (Amsterdam). She worked in projects of Amaranta Velarde, Maria Stoyanova, La Fura dels Baus, Joao Black, Jeremy Wade, Guillem Mont, Katerina Bakatesaki (with choreography of Min Tanaka), the company Zinc Co. And Big Bouncers, among others.
In 2008, she gets in contact with the clown world through Jango Edwards and his Cabaret Cabrón. In that same year, she begin to create her own sketchs, performing in numerous cabarets, poetry festivals and gatherings. Since 2015, she is a hospital clown with "Pallapupas".
With her own work, she handles a personal and unclassifiable language, with the body and comedy as the central axis. With her creations, she has performed in several countries around Europe and Latin America.
In the field of teaching she has taught dance, body expression and Authentic Movement to children, adults and teenagers, in the schools Col·legi de Teatre, Laboratorio escuela, Escola La Falguera in Lliçà del Vallès and in the Santa Isabel School. She has also given intensive clown workshops for adults and teenagers in different centers and schools. In 2018-2019 she did the project En Residencia at the Joàn Boscà high school, a project that consists of creating a work of art with a high school class for an entire school year.
From 2015 to 2022 she was a member of the artistic creation center CRA’P (http://www.cra-p.org/).