50 JCDecaux digital canopies located in visual axes of the city will be the living canvases of the work of several digital artists in a loop of artworks with a duration of 10 seconds each.
This year, Onkaos, the Colección Solo’s new media artist support program, will oversee curating the work of the different artists, including SMACK, Novak Zen and Filip Custic. Artists whose languages are part of the new artistic imagery and who, through this project, seek to bring them closer to the public.
JCDecaux in collaboration with Madrid Capital de Moda will yield the use of its screens on which the 10-second videos will be inserted, to be shown during the (new) Madrid Art Week until May 30.
Onkaos works as a platform that helps artists working with new technologies in conceptualization, artwork production, legal assistance, certification, digital preservation, marketing, and commercialization strategy, among others. They help to promote artist’s art all around the world by bringing them closer to collectors and institutions, in a symbiosis that helps to disseminate the artwork while making their projects sustainable.
Onkaos was created by Colección Solo to support artists such as Smack, Mario Klingemann, Koka Nikoladze and Cool 3D World, creative talents able to surprise, spark our attention and take us to places we have never been before.
- SMACK, Tribe Characters, 2021.
- El Novak Zen, Haters, Followers & Groups, 2021.
- Filip Ćustić, Mascarilla Hiperrealista, 2021.