Pepa Ubera is an artist and a dancer based in London. Her choreographic work challenges social structures, questioning how the body behaves in the current context. In her interdisciplinary practice she has been exploring other medias working with video, light, text, creating site specific and curating performance events.

She has twice been awarded a Dance Web Scholarship at the Impulstanz Festival Vienna, showing her work in collaboration with the Embassy of Spain. From 2013-2016 she was a core member of TripSpace projects where she curated nights a festival in collaboration with the Hayward Gallery. She has presented work in the UK, Europe, Australia and Chile and performed in venues such as Arts Admin, Dance4, ICA, Barbican Botanic Gardens, Blue Coat in the UK, Matucana 100 in Chile, kampnagel in Germany and Critical Path and Tasdance in Australia.

In 2016 she curated and performed in The Palest Light as a Wild Card event at Sadler’s Wells Theatre (SW), signalling the evolution of a strong ongoing partnership from her time as a SW Summer University 2015-2018 artist. In 2017 Ellipsis Land, one of her works in collaboration with Josefina Camus, was part of the Tate's Live exhibition Ten Days Six Nights and had two seasons in Sadlers Wells.

In winter 2018 Dance4 brokered a residency for her at Critical Path in Sydney Australia. She also undertook a residency at TasDance Tasmania and a week of teaching with PPY Sydney Dance Company. In addition, Dance4 invited Ubera to be one of the UK delegates at DanceMassive Festival Melbourne 2019 and presented her research as part of Nottdance, International festival in Nottingham in October 2019.