The human being often confuses joy with happiness and clings to a superficial idea of life, far from the search for fulfillment and transcendence.

'Prosaico' is a choreography that reflects on the intention of achieving our deepest desires without any effort. For that, a common resource is to deny the most monotonous and daily aspects of our existence until we make them invisible, replacing them with a glow that behaves as a mirage in which we feel more successful.

Yet, our everyday life is filled with subtle bits and pieces full of experiences and beauty. Unfortunately, the path to simplicity is not as obvious and restful as it might seem; on the contrary, it is an art reserved for free minds that can shake off the weight of conventions and the slavery of the predictable to inhabit the mystery of the small and the unexpected.

It is in the prose of the day-to-day routine where one discovers beauty.

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JULIÁN LAZZARO (Madrid) graduated in contemporary dance with Honorable Mention from the Royal Professional Conservatory of Dance Mariemma, where he trained with teachers such as Pedro Berdayes, Christine Tanguay, Oscar Lozano or José Reches. Later he expanded his training with different international choreographers such as Damien Jalet, Thomas Hauert, Samuel Lefeuvre or Sharon Fridman.

In 2018 he collaborated in the project “Sin Piedad” by the choreographer Chevi Muraday in his company 'Losdedae'. The same year he joined the German company 'Pforzheim Stattheater'. His interest in pedagogy has led him to teach in different dance workshops.

He currently resides in Madrid where he collaborates as an interpreter in the Antonio Ruz Company. He has participated in his latest works, 'Presente' or 'El Barberillo de Lavapiés'. 'Ruiseñor' is his first project as a creator.


'Prosaico' is Camping's first action, an initiative that will open NF/ NIEVES FERNANDEZ' gallery space to various cultural actors, so that they can freely develop and exhibit their projects and creations. Taking the exhibition space as a support for their actions, the various actors will display their temporary projects interacting with the exhibition installed at that time in the gallery.

With this project, Camping offers a meeting between the creators and the public who will camp taking the gallery as a privileged landscape in which to enjoy a period of reflection and coexistence away from the shrillness of the outside world.

Camping is a project conceived by Nerea and Idoia Fernández, directors of NF/ NIEVES FERNANDEZ and Blanca Cortés, lawyer specialized in intellectual property.