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Outstanding London-based multidisciplinary digital artist Tupac Martir (Mexico), who has worked with artists such as Beyoncé, Elton John and Sting, presents a 2-day dance video creation and production on integrating cutting-edge technologies in the arts .

Digital art
Creation and production of dance video with new technologies
Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 August / Visiting time from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. / Experimental Forum of the Black Box CENART
Interest in audiovisual design, digital arts and performing arts / Students, professionals or the general public with an interest in the subject.

Tupac Martir (Mexico) - Satore Studio, United Kingdom


Tupac Martir is a talented multidisciplinary artist of Nayarit origin based in the city of London, England.

He has designed music, fashion, theater and dance shows for the world's top stars and companies.

His most important projects include having designed audiovisual shows for stars such as Beyoncé, Sting, Elton John, Jon Bon Jovi; the catwalks of Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Stella McCartney, the fascinating Vivienne Westwoodo, Moschino and Rihanna.

He has lit up shows for huge festivals like Coachella or FIFA events. In addition, he has collaborated on projects with the Royal Festival Hall and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Tupac recently launched the Caminante project with the Johnnie Walker brand, collaborating with Isaac Hernández in a campaign that seeks to inspire Mexicans to follow their dreams and overcome limitations. His creation was screened in the tallest building in Mexico.


Not a month goes by without a photo of their work being printed somewhere in the world, be it in fashion, entertainment or music magazines.


Tupac, a successful Mexican of Huichol descent, is director of the visual studio Satore Studio.

His multidisciplinary career began in 2002, with Humberto Espíndola in scenography and costumes for the Opera de Bellas Artes and the Cervantino Festival, where he learned stage techniques, audio, video, makeup, etc.

Later he went to live entertainment for flamenco companies, became an art director for MTV Latin America and from there he approached rock bands and international festivals, where he learned lighting.

In 2008 he decided to go to London to start from scratch, achieving great prestige worldwide since then.

In 2012 he made his debut as director of the multidisciplinary show Nierka (Huichol) in London, one of the international arts and culture Meccas.


For Tupac the stage is a blank canvas, where there are no laws, it can create countless things, take people to new worlds, new emotions, you can crush them, make them feel strongly. A great canvas to generate ideas.

In its artistic work, culture has no borders, the cultured and the popular or commercial are not in conflict with the show.

He keeps abreast of new techniques and advances, constantly looking for what is happening outside of his industry, not only entertainment, but military, in video games, in cinema, off Broadway theater.


Tupac is also committed to exploring different areas of art, design, organic products and sustainable tourism to support and preserve the cultural and spiritual heritage of the peoples of Mexico through its Satore foundation.


Learn more about Tupac's work in this video:

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