Raúl Muñoz de la Vega
Postcolonial art production
Raúl Muñoz de la Vega is development manager at The Showroom. He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in law and international relations and a master’s degree in the history of art. He worked as parliamentary assistant at the European Parliament focusing on the alignment and cohesion and regional development legislations as well as a researcher on European cultural identity.
After pursuing postgraduate studies on art history at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and a master’s degree at Zürich University, he has focused on a critical theory of law from a social science perspective, understanding cultural institutions as centres for the production of collective knowledge and dissident subjectivities. He has engaged as researcher and assistant curator in projects involving artists such as Loulou Cherinet and Bodil Furu at the Geneva Biennial of Moving Image 2016, Theaster Gates and Betye Saar at the Fondazione Prada, and convened several international projects with the Spanish design and advocacy collective of architects, lawyers and social workers, Recetas Urbanas, in 2018 and 2020.