El Palomar is made up of Mariokissme and R. Marcos Mota, a pioneering and multifaceted artistic project to catalyse artistic production, rethink institutions and investigate and recover queer histories. The artistic duo behind El Palomar works on a wide range of disciplines, including video, performance, music, limited publications and curatorial projects, with which they generate critical discourse about politics and the poetics of sexual dissidence. They recently took part in the Berlin Biennale (2020) with the work Schreber is a Woman, which was also presented in the MACBA exhibition Notes for an Eye Fire. Panorama 21. They have held individual exhibitions in Espai 13 of the Fundació Joan Miró in Barcelona (2016) and at La Capella (Barcelona, 2016), and have shared projects at centres such as Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin, 2017) and CentroCentro (Madrid, 2017). In 2020 they won the El Ojo Critico de Artes Plásticas Award.