OFFF 2013: Cocolab

Computer Arts: How would you describe Cocolab to anyone who might not be familiar with your work?
Alejandro Machorro Fernandez: Cocolab is a multidisciplinary group of companies that converge on artistic, cultural and entertainment-based technology projects - we're a diverse team of specialists in various fields of media arts and performing arts. This collaborative network is formed by 'Poink', 'Hotpixel', 'Nerd Light', 'Poppler', 'MAPA', 'El Taller' and 'May'. We're dreamers and storytellers. We develop, design and create. Collaboration is our pioneering tool. We're fuelled by a sum of intentions that multiply as we conspire and introduce creation, without ego and without limitation.

CA: What kind of disciplines do you work across?
AMF: We present our work in four main types of projects: shows, installations, multimedia spaces and digital culture. We do itinerant, permanent and temporary projects - and we do them for us. Cocolab helps us to understand the world we live in, and lets us have a different approach to it, in order to do something about the things we like and the ones we don't.

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