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The Pedro Aunión tent will be the setting for the artistic proposal of Mad Cool Festival, an area in which visitors can have a completely immersive artistic experience. See, observe and create with the artists is the goal of Mad Cool Art 2019, an action born under an attractive leit motive: “A Mad Cool Art – you come to see art, but also to make art”.

Curated by Judith Sansó, coordinator of AVAM, the Association of Visual Artists of Madrid and director of EXTENSION AVAM in Matadero Madrid, and with the participation of ExitfineArt and Linda Santaguida in the selection of creators, Mad Cool Art will have a parallel development to the course of the Festival. Of course, without forgetting the great artistic umbrella that shelters it: music. For that reason, a great David Bowie will preside over the space and, of course, DJ Milford will take care of setting the space when not, of imposing the rhythm of the plastic creations.

In Carpa Aunión, the visitor will experience the street art experience with top-level graffiti artists, see how a muralist works in real time, day by day, seeing how his work takes form and body, different participatory performances will be carried out with the public or, even, the skin of the spectator – who so wishes – may become the canvas of a painter. And since art is not at odds with the protection of the planet and its bio-sustainability, the plastic waste will be transformed thanks to a colossal sculpture composed of plastic bottles.


From the opening of doors on Thursday 11, at 5:00 p.m., until 10:00 p.m., each day, in the white panels of the market area, with boats, rollers and brushes, visitors will be invited to paint a mural.



From 17: 30 to 18:30 hours: Opening tent and opening of the Exhibition. The invited artists will be present to explain their work. A chill zone will open for rest.

From 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.: Gabriel Fibonachiman and Javier Aparici will paint on stage to the rhythm of Dj Milford. The large “plastic” sculpture that will end at the end of the festival will be opened.

From 19:30 to 20:00 hours: The first graffiti mural of the tent begins to be created.

From 8:00 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.: Héctor and Craviotto, two different pictorial styles for the same task: body painting. Both painters will begin to work on the bodies of the visitors who wish to put themselves under their brushes.

From 8:45 to 9:00 p.m.: Performance “Your mask”, an action with a spirit: “We all hide behind a mask, which one is yours?”, By Craviotto and with the Mar Navarro speech. The public can get a mask painted by the artist and discover what it hides.

From 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.: Tribute to Pedro Aunión. Every night, a different artist will create a live work remembering Pedro Aunión, a show that will combine music, painting and aerial dance. Every night a different artist will perform a live work paying homage to Pedro Aunión and the aerial dance show will end.

From 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.: Alessandro Malossi will paint a unique work live, his vision of the first day of the Festival, his particular “Noah’s Ark”.

From 10:00 p.m. to closing: The invited artists will attend to the public. Shoes and t-shirts will be painted to the public and bodypainting.



From 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.: Visitors will be able to decorate their body thanks to different artists that will create bodypaint in situ.

From 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.: begins the creation of the mural “THE WALL“, a particular wall of an artist.

From 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.: Craviotto will paint the shoes of the carp artists such as Carlota Pereiro and Gabriel Fibonachiman who will give up their shoes. The public can also do it.

From 8:30 to 9:00 p.m.: The bodypainting artist Sofia Costa will carry out her work with the inspiration and rhythm of Dj Milford.

From 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.: Homage to Pedro Aunión.

From 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.: Raúl Bermúdez will express his particular vision of the second day of the festival in his illustrations. Meanwhile, Hector, bodypainting artist, will transform the skin of visitors with fluorine colors so that, with the change of light, to make his drawings come to life.

From 10:00 p.m. to closing: Painted slippers and t-shirts of the visitors. Bodypainting to the public Lighting of the large recycled plastic sculpture.



From 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.: Visitors will be able to decorate their body thanks to different artists that will create bodypaint in situ.

From 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.: Craviotto will conclude the THE WALL performance on the spot. At its end, it will break the wall with the public and, the participants will get “their little piece” of festival. The artist Ingrid Mariscal will paint a work live while DJ Mildford‘s music plays.

From 19:30 to 20:30 hours: The painting of the last mural of the Mad Cool 2019 artistic edition begins. In this work, mixing fluorine colors with photoluminescent paintings, it will change under black light.

From 20:30 to 21:00 hours: Gabriel Fibonachiman and Javier Aparici will intervene T-shirts in the tent.

From 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.: Homage to Pedro Aunión.

From 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.: Raúl Bermúdez will capture his particular vision of the last festival day in an illustration The tent turns into a photographic set. The public can take pictures with the sculpture built with reused plastic.

From 10:00 pm to closing: The artists will attend the public in the exhibition area. Sneakers, T-shirts, bodypainting will be painted and the large mural painted by the public from the first day of the Festival will be concluded.



Toscano, by Orbetello, Aleandro Roncarà is an eclectic and risky artist. Professional basketball player left the regulation ball for graphic design, then for the brush, and now for his hands to model marble, wood and resin and who knows if by pencil and paper to write a novel. Lover of color above all things, Craviotto is the author of a world of his own, Mondorondo, a universe in which everything is fantasy and nothing is violence and his figures are drawn with sharp contours and robust blacks.


The work of Alessandro Morossi and fashion cut common paths. For a couple of years, her last name is a regular in the international fashion and artistic circuit. Brands such as Calvin Klein, Lee Jeans, Stee Lauder or Nike have required the artistic perspective of this Italian illustrator, painter and tattoo artist who owes his signature to LA MARTINA boutiques in Milan or the Jaguar dealership in Bologna.


Plastic artist and Galician designer based in Madrid, her work is developed in a multitude of fields and formats, from clothes to dishes, through stationery or carpets. Pereiro, who has worked for Alvarno as well as AC Hotels by Marriot and now designs for the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum, has extensive training in illustration, design, jewelry, but also in business management at centers such as Univeristy College Dublin, the European Institute of Design or the School of Artistic Professions of the Círculo de Bellas Artes of Madrid.


His work flirts with diverse styles from realism to expressionism, abstraction, cubism and pop-art, a “grunge” style, which is how he defines it in search of the balance between order and disorder, clarity and darkness , neatness and carelessness, the banality of the deep, the past and the present, but with a single inspiration: the múisca. Currently, his work can be admired in one of London’s most influential galleries in contemporary art, The Brick Lane Gallery.


He is the alias of the veteran dj from Madrid José Castillo, marked since his youth by black music, EBM and American techno, and who have made him one of the main DJs of the sound Detroit and Chicago in the capital of Spain. A regular of clubs such as Cool, Weekend, Stromboli, Deep, Gold, Café La Palma and Oui club, where he completed four in command of the successful monthly session Spectrum Nights, José Castillo became in 2007, the first Spanish DJ to be a resident of the two main electronic clubs of the Bulgarian capital, Mascara and Chervilo club. He is currently dj / promoter of Bluetrain Sessions, Siroco Hall and Café Berlin. As a composer and producer, he has been editing since 2010 under the alias Wassabbe, and since 2015 under his last alter ego Milford, he has published on the labels Moveubabe Records based in London, Ante Recordings in Chicago, the Neoryorquine Elastic Beatz and on the labels Spanish P 21 Label and Voyeur Music.


Self-taught educator and musician, Fibonachiman (Gabriel Jean Charles) explores feelings and human sensations in his works to give them a narrative and mythological background through his drawings. In continuous search of new languages, Fibonachiman develops different drawing techniques that combine in his works with a plurality of styles and schools.


Representative of abstract realism, Garciñuno has sent his work to Paris, Kyoto, or New York, as well as being part of numerous private collections and public institutions both inside and outside of Spain. Trained in diverse styles and plastic currents, from academicism to graffiti, his work can not be defined from a merely aesthetic angle since his pictorial research delves into the transforming power of aesthetics, which gives his work a great conceptual depth in the one that conceals the contradictions, conflicts and tensions of our current society.


Creator and Cuban artist, based in Madrid. Professional in design, Marce is considered the creator of the “graffather”, a mixture of different artistic styles that come together and break using various techniques such as graphic design, 3D object modeling and visual production. All this, in a close relationship with the muralist urban art.


This multi-faceted artist, painter, muralist and interior decorator, Mariscal reflects on the ephemeral nature of art: “when we have an experience in a place, with some people, or when we have a thought, we tend to write it, to put the idea on paper or capture it with a camera. When we do not do it, the moment, the moment, the image or the thought are in danger of being forgotten “.


In 2013, he entered the world of contemporary art through painting, in a self-taught way and abstracting from any kind of didactics foreign to his. His marked strokes and abstract lines generate a labyrinth of passions in his works. Aparici has a degree in Business Administration and Management and in Law, after working for large corporations, decided to leave everything to devote to what he likes most: art.


Graduated in Fine Arts, Utiel has participated in different collective exhibitions both nationally and internationally in Spain, Mexico and France and his work is part of private and public collections. Writers like Jorge Manrique, Cervantes, Lorca, Maranon or the Machado brothers are part of their artistic references because, in their texts, they find the essence of the human and the divine, in short, of the art that renews with unusual techniques and use of color A way of understanding the painting that has made him the winner of the Fernando Zóbel Plastic Arts Prize.


Architect of training and designer of vocation, Mariano Martín, Mariano to dry, treasures an extensive list of awards and mentions of honor difficult to gloss that covers fifteen years of work and success. From the Mention of this year’s Experimenta contest to the most Innovative Design for its latest work, the Bótox series, the Emporia de Oro National Ephemera Architecture Award for the best traveling exhibition in 2018 or its mention as a finalist in the 16th edition of the International Competition of Industrial Design of the CETEM furniture for works such as the Indoor Pool and Sports Pavilion in Fuenlabrada, work selected by Madrid 100% Arquitectura (2010).


Known as Demeseone, Zimmerman is a Madrid graffiti artist with more than twenty years of experience painting artistic murals and carrying out works in advertising, assembly of shows and, of course, doing livepainting. Monkeyb, hand lettering, Don Graffiti or Boa Mistura are some of the companies of which he is a regular artist and he collaborates with three groups of artists: Los Meneo, Unlogic Crew and Petronza. Since 2005, Zimmerman has painted on canvas, thus entering the circuit of modern and contemporary art.


Repeat in Mad Cool Festival, but this year the visitor can enjoy his pictorial creation live. Plastic artist and muralist, Lapeña expresses himself through figurative painting for which he uses from paper to large-format walls. In her works, the artist uses her life experience as a starting point to reflect later on human behavior in society.


Adobe, Playboy, Universal Music, Rolling Stone, Audi, Heineken Music Selector, Telecinco and The National Magazine Company are listed in his portfolio as an illustrator. The creative capacity of Oscar Giménez has no qualms and any field is likely to be the subject of his unprejudiced view, from the press and advertising to album covers and posters, with a reference, yes, unique: music.


This young Venezuelan artist exhibited her first collection at the age of nineteen. Painter, muralist and fashion designer, she has reoriented her work in the non-traditional interpretation of nature and landscapes, seeking to provide the sensation of nature through her paintings.


Bachelor of Fine Arts and specialized in design and audiovisual, he directs the Chachachá studio with a portfolio of clients such as RTVE, the Xunta de Galicia, Mitshubishi or Xacobeo, editor in addition to the Dot Magazine, a cultural magazine on paper that allows him to develop other projects like the book “IlustraDots”, a compilation with 50 of the most interesting contemporary Galician illustrators of the moment, or the “MercaDot”, an itinerant market of design and new creators. At the same time, Bermúdez works as an illustrator with influences such as the trash, the science fiction of the 50s, the tiki, Russ Meyers or the voice of Dean Martin.


Bodypainting artist, his intention is to involve the viewer and interact with the audience through his body works and with a mural drawing in order to achieve an approach and interaction with the public


Zvonimir will be the creator of the sculpture “MadCoolART” that will begin and end at the festival. This artist develops his work in the field of abstraction using basic geometry and his work reflects on the coexistence of different events that occur in the same space-time. The three-dimensionality in all its possibilities.

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