2020, the northern hemisphere is grappling with the largest pandemic of the luster and the new millennium caused by SARS-CoV-2. In the hope of keeping us busy throughout the day, led us to the idea of a completely new format that has never been experimented with before.
Thanks to the use of webcams, each participant will become part of a large collective mosaic, you will be able to see musicians playing and other people dancing with you, to the rhythm of the same music.
COVID ROOM was officially born on Friday the 13th and wants to be the first movement of artistic expression, aesthetic entertainment, and remote crowding.
As collective, we enstablished a multi-cultural and international team.
To collect materials and invite artists to participate, we launch specific calls for artists and visual artists.
All the materials are then conveyed to our Instagram page.
To accompany us there will be a "virtual museum" made by every artist (photographer, illustrator, painter, designer, videomaker, etc.), who will be willing to send their content to be published on the COVID ROOM wall.
Artists had complete freedom of expression. In the same way, we created a different visual identity for each event, keeping it consistent with the concept of Covid Room.
Acid colors and experimental 3d art have been translated into a cutting-edge language, mocking the traditional Boiler Room identity.
A hymn not to stop making art, but to continue experimenting.