With his works Roman Ondák (Žilina, Slovakia, 1966) creates temporary situations in which the presence of objects and persons, as well as modifications made to the exhibition space, may go unnoticed by viewers in their initial approach. His interventions call upon spectators to be an active part of the works and to become both art objects and the protagonists of a performance. Participation by the audience has an impact on the artist's critical consideration of concepts such as authorship, representation and identity. This site-specific project is his first intervention in Spain.
Organised by: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
Curator: João Fernandes
Coordinated by: Soledad Liaño