In 2017 she founded the cultural association Dimegaz with the aim of creating and disseminating projects that carry out artistic interventions in natural spaces in the mountains of the Basque Country, merging climbing, vertical dance and art with the memory and popular culture of the spaces and natural identities in which it intervenes, while promoting Basque culture.
She is the director of Dimegaz and she designs, produces and directs her own projects such as “Harria Herria” , “Haize Lerroa” and “Kulunka”. She has worked on different performative actions in natural spaces of the Basque geography such as "Air lines" by the artist Imanol Marrodan, "14" (2017), "Kobaundi" (2018), "Gerriko", "Mairi" (2019) (intervention that will be repeated in (2020-2021) "Supelegor" (2020) and "Itxina" (2020). Based on the artwork "An air line made with the gaze” by Imanol Marrodán and in the artistic dance interventions they have been doing together since 2016, Janire created the projects on which “Kulunka” and “Haize Lerroa" are based.
She began to experiment with vertical dance in a self-taught way at climbing schools, a sport that she regularly practices. She specializes in aerial dance with a harness, a discipline in which she was trained in with Dani Tomás, Ludovica Zoe, Juan Leiba and Magalie Lanriot among others. She founded the Harrobi Vertical Dance Company.
In 2019 she presented her first video-dance short film “Harria Herria” at BBK Mendi Film, which won numerous awards at various festivals internationally.
At the end of 2020 she presented her first video art piece "Kulunka" at the Spacefornature exhibition.