OJO was created to give visibility to contemporary living arts proposals from multidisciplinary creators from Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Spain. It is mostly centred on the language of movement. Each number of the fanzine is formed by 4 articles about creators and their work contexts.
In February 2017, invited by the Ramon Llull institute, El Graner-SÂLMON< took part for the first time in the Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama, with the wish to know and establish connections with Asia. It was a new context for us, which we had started to know thanks to the Korean participation at FiraTàrrega.