Tundra. ROW: Signals for Space

Audiovisual Installation

23-26 September

Sala de Hormigón, Naves del Español / Matadero Madrid

Tickets 10€ (includes access to the complete circuit of four AV installations)

Tundra presents their new audiovisual installation ROW: Signals for Space, which celebrates the 60th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s first human spaceflight.

In 2011 the UN declared April 12 as the International Day of Human Space Flight to remember this first flight and to promote the exploration and use of outer space for peaceful purposes and the benefit of humankind. Playing with our ability to translate and interpret visual and sound signals, the installation invites us to reflect on the power of multimedia art to push society towards new discoveries and ways of interacting with the space around us, within us and between us.


Tundra is a collaborative artistic collective focused on creating audiovisual experiences and transforming spaces by making sound, visuals and human emotions work in unison. They specialise in multi-media performances and immersive audiovisual installations. Their multidisciplinary team involves musicians, sound engineers, programmers and visual artists, and it is known for works presented at multi-media art festivals and museums in America, Europe, Russia and Asia.