Published by Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, UMBC. Edited with text by Niels Van Tomme. Text by Olivia Munoz Rojas, Daniel Oliver Tucker.
Featuring a visual essay by Spanish multimedia artist Antoni Muntadas (born 1942), Activating Artifacts focuses on recent developments within higher education, exploring the work of Muntadas as a learning tool.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Hans D. Christ, Iris Dressler. Text by Hans Dieter Huber, Karl Josef Pazzini.
In Protokolle, the Spanish-born, New York-based artist Antonio Muntadas explores the meanings, mechanisms and effects of protocols reflected in a cultural body of legislation--from written documents produced according to specific rules through conventions of societal demeanor, diplomatic, military and religious codes to digital network protocols.
Published by Turner/Laboratorio de Arte Alameda. Essays by Magalie Arriola, Nestor Garcěa Canclini and Francisco Reyes Palma.
Spanish vanguard artist Antoni Muntadas has long considered the process of language and translation as his base materials. In a 1995 manifesto, the artist proclaimed his concern with the way in which the transmission of information through different systems and its subsequent translation can transform, fragment, deform and even obscure or censor any original meaning. Since then, Muntadas' work has continuously been fed by such concerns. This current catalogue is no exception. An extension of Muntadas' recent solo show at the Laboratorio de Arte Alameda in Mexico City, this publication offers a critical view of what the artist proposes in his deconstruction of language.