MMMAD Madrid’s Urban Digital Arts Festival
Focusing on the intersection between digital culture and public space, MMMAD Festival unfolds a programme of exhibitions, installations, open calls, workshops and conferences every year.
MMMAD Festival is a non-profit project founded in 2019 by HYPER STUDIO with the aim of exhibiting, disseminating and thinking about digital creation. Focused on the intersection between digital culture and public space, the festival deploys a programme consisting of exhibitions, installations, open calls, workshops and conferences throughout the city every year.
MMMAD was created with the aim of bringing digital art closer to the general public, through the development of actions in the public space, in the open air; of innovating in formats and spaces for digital art, creating hybrid experiences between the physical and digital worlds that escape from conventional formats; of transforming public space into a space for digital arts, converting urban advertising media into cultural spaces, and of supporting emerging talent, programming young artists and creators alongside established national and international artists.
Manel De Aguas in Serrería Belga, MMMAD Festival 2023
Zach Lieberman in Taller de Ideas, MMMAD Festival 2021
Daniel Canogar in DOMO 360 x Aran, MMMAD Festival 2021
Lola Zoido in Serrería Belga, MMMAD Festival 2023
Encuentros MMMAD in Espacio Fundación Telefónica, MMMAD Festival 2022
Akyute in HYPER HOUSE, MMMAD Festival 2022
Ines Alpha in JCDecaux x Harddiskmuseum, MMMAD Festival 2021
Balkan Karisman in Roca Madrid Gallery, MMMAD Festival 2022
Onyx in Sala Equis, MMMAD Festival 2021
The Rodina in Taller de Ideas, MMMAD Festival 2021
Harriet Davey in Roca Madrid Gallery, MMMAD Festival 2021
Open call in Medialab Prado, MMMAD Festival 2021
Shoeg in DOMO 360 x Mira Festival, MMMAD Festival 2022
Encuentros MMMAD in La Casa Encendida, MMMAD Festival 2023
Ryoichi Kurokawa in Clear Channel x Sedition, MMMAD Festival 2023
The last edition in figures: 50 artists and creators, 428 urban screens, 11 exhibitions, 7 conferences, 6 workshops, 3 performances, 1 audiovisual cycle and 15M media audience.
MMMAD Festival has been supported by the Ministry of Culture, INJUVE, AC/E Acción Cultural Española and Madrid City Council through various grants and awards. We have also collaborated with some of the most important cultural institutions in the city, such as La Casa Encendida, Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Medialab Matadero, IE University, TBA21 - Thyssen Bornemisza Art, ONKAOS, Roca Madrid Gallery or TAI Escuela de Artes, among others; and with international initiatives such as Sedition, Harddiskmuseum, ARAN Art Network, ecal or proHelvetia, among others.
In 2022 the festival received the EFFE European Quality Label granted to the most outstanding arts festivals in the EU that demonstrate their commitment to the arts, community involvement and international openness.
More information at www.mmmad.art