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En el marco de la exposición Harddiskmuseum: Atom files (Archivos atómicos), una muestra internacional de arte digital que presenta el contenido del Museo fundado en 2013 por el artista español Solimán López y que se desarrollará del 11 de octubre al 13 de noviembre de 2023 en la sala El Parqueadero del Museo de arte Miguel Urrutia del Banco de la República, se realizará una Convocatoria Nacional de Artistas con el fin de enriquecer la muestra con talento nacional y así mismo, contribuir con el crecimiento y fortalecimiento del campo de la creación artística contemporánea en Colombia
Los ganadores, formarán parte del repositorio del Harddiskmuseum, y estarán presenten con sus creaciones en el MAMU durante la exposición junto con el resto de artistas internacionales que forman el repositorio de arte del Museo.  La convocatoria está abierta a artistas Colombianos, emergentes y de mediana trayectoria, que desarrollen su actividad en el campo de las artes digitales y el new media, y que tengan obras que se basen en un archivo digital almacenable en un disco duro. Las obras deben enmarcarse dentro de las siguientes categorías: imagen estática, imagen en movimiento, audio, 3D, texto y código, incluyendo inteligencia artificial, electrónica, arte conceptual, videojuegos, interactivos o archivos de instalaciones, teniendo en cuenta que el objetivo principal del Harddiskmuseum es preservar la esencia de la creación contemporánea con tecnología, los archivos digitales.
La convocatoria estará abierta desde el 28 de julio, hasta el 20 de septiembre de 2023 a media noche hora local.  

ATOM FILES (Archivos Atómicos), es un proyecto del Harddiskmuseum y FUTURA Conservación en alianza con el Museo del Banco de la República e IDARTES, Línea de Arte, Ciencia y Tecnología , y cuenta con el apoyo de la Embajada de España y el Ministerio de Cultura.

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The Museum counts with a team of advisors and curators who decides the final participation. 

You can visit the permanent ones in the about section in this web.

The participation of artists is not limited in time and is revocable at any time. If an artist wants to stop participating in the repository, she/he can do so by requesting it at

The aim of the Harddiskmuseum is to create a unique repository of digital art and new media. The works included in the Museum are for your consultation and enjoyment.

The Museum has other temporary projects in which there can be the opportunity of sale.

In this case it would always be a different work from the one included in the disk.

The archives on loan to the Museum belong to the Harddiskmuseum, but can be removed at any time if the artist so wishes.

All artists have a unique link that monitors their activity and community.

The artist will receive 15% of the income produced by his link in the Museum subscriptions.

The artist will receive 50% of the benefits obtained from their educational content.

More details in the private section available only for artists already participating.

With your inclusion in the Museum you participate in the affiliation system that allows you to obtain income thanks to your invited audience to the Museum.

Your inclusion in the disk also allows you to participate in other paid projects.

In addition, we are constantly programming educational content that also allows you to monetize your artistic practice.

At least one digital file is required to be part of the repository.

Series of works or folders that include several files are accepted.

The Harddiskmuseum does not claim exclusivity in the works but we recommend 100% that the work included in the Museum is unique to give more meaning to the visit and the project in general.

Furthermore, this exclusivity will better attract your community.

Any type of digital file can be stored on the disk.

Interactive works, videos, static or moving images, text, sound, video games or websites are valid examples.




Don´t hesitate to be in contact with us to know more about the Museum, its activities and innovative projects.

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