(b. Costa Rica) is a Visually Impaired Choreographer, Performance Artist, Curator and Arts Educator based in New York City. He is also queer and immigrant who lived undocumented for 4 years in the United States.
His performances have been presented at The Kitchen (New York), Movement Research at The Judson Church (New York), Danspace Project (New York), The Leslie Lohman Museum for Gay and Lesbian Art (New York), The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (New York), Dixon Place (New York) and Performance is Alive at Satellite Art Show (New York & Miami).
His work has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Dance Enthusiast and The Archive: The Leslie Lohman Museum bi-annual journal.
Núñez is a 2019 Leslie Lohman Museum for Gay and Lesbian Art Fellow and a 2019 Dance and Process choreographer at The Kitchen.
He has held residencies at New Dance Alliance (LiftOff, 2018), Battery Dance Studios (Space Grant, 2017-2019), The Kitchen (DAP, 2019) and Center for Performance Research (AIR, 2020).
Commissions include In Situ Dance Festival, Battery Dance Festival, The Kitchen, among others.
Most recently, he performed for “Dressing Up for Civil Rights” directed by William Pope L, presented at MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art, on the occasion of the exhibition “member: Pope L, 1978-2001”.
He holds a BFA in Science for the Performing Arts from the National University of Costa Rica.