Internationally acclaimed conceptual artist Muntadas has been a pioneer in the fields of video, installation, and Internet art. He was born in Barcelona in 1942, but like many Spanish artists of his generation, he left Spain in the late sixties. He subsequently embarked on a career that has taken him to every part of the world to create and present his work. The connecting thread of all of Muntadas's work, in whatever medium it is realized, is the analysis and exposure of the invisible power relationships in organizational structures-the media, architecture, politics-and of the values that these structures embody. He also has had an uncanny ability to both exist in and critique the workings of the art world itself. Muntadas's Berkeley Art Museum exhibition features three major works - The Board Room, Between the Frames, and On Translation: The Audience - all of which address the mediation of information.