The title of the exhibition Entre/Between (Museo Reina Sofía, November 23, 2011 – March 26, 2012) underlines the tendency shown by Muntadas to position himself and address contemporary reality's discourses and structures from the vantage point of the cracks and folds existing in society. The exhibition is organised around the idea of nine thematic constellations that, overlapping and continuing to present day (the last of the constellations includes the installation Situación 2011 , produced specifically for the occasion), draw connections and open new lines of reflection in his artwork.
At this round table, the artist, theorists and project participants debate the entire exhibition, from its narrative components up through its spatial arrangement and the way it speaks to the public.
Daina Augaitis. Curator of the exhibition. She is currently the chief curator and associate director of the Vancouver Art Gallery, in Vancouver B.C.
Enric Franch. Designer of the exhibition. He is the head of the Visual Communication Department and professor of the Theory and History of Design, in Elisava, Barcelona.
Antoni Muntadas. Artist. He is currently a visiting professor at the MIT program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He has shown his work all over the world, in museums such as New York's MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, the Museu de Arte Moderna de Rio de Janeiro, and others. He has also participated in the Documenta X meeting held in Kassel. Winner of the National Prize for the Visual Arts in 2005 and the Velázquez Prize in 2009.
Valentín Roma. Independent curator. He is an art historian and professor of Exhibition Aesthetics and Design at the schools Elisava and MECAD, both in Barcelona.
Joaquín Vázquez. Member of BNV Producciones.
Jesús Carrillo, head of Cultural Programs at Museo Reina Sofía.