biography

September 2016. We meet each other collaborating with Basurama and, co-creating between ironed plastics, climbing furniture and stretched out bottles, the “pescaítos {little fish}” [as we were known there] began to feel the seed of an energetic co-creative shared mood.

December 2016. During the Urban Platforms II encounter, we opened the door to international collaborations. Stimulated, we scribble an exquisite corpse that we signed as NADA. From an apparently meaningless gesture, our imagination begins rhizoming*

March 2017. We sit down to designate our common concerns, the desire of transforming Nada into something flourishes.

April 2017. We carry out our first project!

July 2017. While we “walk slowly {camminamos con lentezza}”, we become part of Collective Architectures {Arquitecturas Colectivas}.

October 2017. We arrive at the Mercado de San Fernando, where we share our work space with PEC Puesto En Construcción in an old restored fish market stall.

Today. We keep on nading*

works

AL DESBORDAJE · NADA Colectivo

Exchange of cloth bags for plastic bags that were to form part of an installation “in process”. An installation based on reused inflated bags tied to a net of LEDs which contained the overflow of plastic that we cover our lives.

12/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

CAMMINARE CON LENTEZZA · NADA Colectivo

With help of a crowdfunding: research trip full of encounters and creactions* with different cultural groups and their spaces around Spain. Brief, but intense, project proposals around food sharing moments.

08/2017 · Spain

 

IMAGINA MADRID · Intermediæ – Matadero Madrid / Culture Department – Madrid City Council

Phase of cultural and relational dynamization of a collaborative urban-revival project that, based on the citizens wishes and dreams from different neighbourhoods of Madrid, aims to redesign a new polycentric city model.

06-07/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

10m3 · A.kampArte Madrid

Collective and experimental micro-artistic-residence in Puerta del Sol. Reinvention of the “tent”: ten square meters package of public space through inflatable architecture and encouragement to creative citizen action.

06/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

THE MACHINE · El Campo de Cebada

“The Machine” is an itinerant artistic container built out from leftover materials found around the city for our project “¡Qué Lata!”. Now it is “parked” in its new host house: El Campo de La Cebada, where it has become their current Free Cleaning Zone and stimulates the good and respectful use of shared space.

05/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

¡QUÉ LATA! · ¡Pinta Malasaña!

Urbano-graphic action that criticizes the trash that invades Malasaña’s neighbourhood. Collectively, using beer cans as brushes, generating a representation of the space that we take away from ourselves as users of the streets and adding a reflective and creative character to our gestures as leisure consumers.  

04/2017 · Madrid, Spain

collaborations

GRIGRI PIXEL 2017 · Medialab-Prado – Espacio Vecinal Arganzuela: Eva

09-10/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

HYBRID FESTIVAL 2017 · Latidos Street Art Gallery

09/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

HABITAR EL TERRITORIO · X encuentro AACC – Collective Architectures [Arquitecturas Colectivas]

07/2017 · Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

 

THIS IS MY NEIGHBOURHOOD · Fuencarral Experimenta – Experimenta Distrito

06/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

CENTRO DE RECUPERACIÓN DE MADERAS · Madrid Escucha – Medialab-Prado – Carpinteros Sin Fronteras

05/2017 · Madrid, Spain

attendance

LA AUTO-ORGANIZACIÓN COMO UNA DE LAS BELLAS ARTES · Antimuseo y Nadie Nunca Nada No

10/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

RECETARIO PARA UNA BIBLIOTECA URBANA · Tándem París-Madrid (Madrid Cultura)

10/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

LIVE CODING · Live Code Mad

10/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

ACCESO, ACCIÓN · Department of Culture

09/2017 · Madrid, Spain

 

CONSTRUYE TU BARRIO · Fuencarral Experimenta – Enorme Studio

06/2017 · Madrid, Spain