Artists like Rubenimichi, Kenor, Jordi Ribes, Zosen, Pantone or Spok were selected among others by the Santander-native Okuda, to recreate their particular universes using a refrigerator as a canvas that would later move through the heart of the Malasaña neighborhood. The artworks were displayed in iconic places like La Bicicleta, El Gorila, Freeway, Sideral, Wurlitzer Ballroom, Taboo, El Perro de la Parte de Atrás del Coche, Zombie Bar, Amor de Madre, Tupperware and La Vía Lactea.
With Okuda at the helm, the project Red Bull Curates invited eleven urban artists to work on this energy drink brand’s refrigerators for three whole days inside the trendiest hostel in Madrid: the Room 007, making it a headquarters for avant-garde art. For three days the artists were involved in a series of activities, exchanging ideas, colours, techniques until December the 18th, when the artworks had to go to their new destinations.
It was a unique opportunity to discover the work of these eleven new talents and to also enjoy eleven of the most emblematic spaces in this centric neighborhood of Madrid.