An old factory with TV monitors, facilities, ready-mades and visual art cycles by famous creators. Are we talking about somewhere in Berlin? No. This is, in fact, Madrid, more specifically the Menéndez Pelayo area. We are talking about La Neomudéjar, a space conceived as an avant-garde arts centre and artistic residence that attempts to favour and boost the work of up-and-coming creators. Part of its philosophy is to conjugate the technological development and also recycle the old forms of audiovisual expression, such as super8.
Everything is modern and alternative here, with a touch of anti-establishment and rebellion against the official cultural scene, which includes more rare disciplines such as parkour, robotics or experimentation in its most diverse forms. You can currently visit exhibitions such as the Francisco Argüello installation, an installation designed especially for the space that holds it.