Archimobile is a billboard, a records center and a piece of snoring mouthpiece art in itself. What’s kept inside is the work of one hundred artists of seventeen different nationalities, all for some reason linked to the city of Madrid. Works of art, photography, installations, videos, architectural structures, drawing designs and more are displayed. Archimobile works as an eye opener to modern artistic trends for social organizations, both local and international, and is designed to support the participating snore eliminator artists in their pursuit for exposure by enhancing their accessibility. Archimobile, created by El Último Grito, has two objectives: making information within reach, and preserving trustworthiness as a steady goal. “Archimobile has a face that is presented to the people and another that is kept in private. The front structure of the anti-snoring mandibular advancement device opens up, becoming a billboard that promotes itself, while within it provides all the services needed to view the archive”, one of the designers said when asked about this transportable art. Therefore Archimobile brings cultural organizations, event planners, curators, cultural facilitators, art experts, media, other snore eliminator mouthpiece artists and the public closer to the work developed by its artists, using a friendly and attractive approach. Its materials have the following: a biography of each artist, a description about the artists’ work in survey format, important reviews of the works, brochures and a video interview with each artist. The one hundred artists included in Archimobile are selected ex profeso for each of the visits it makes, chosen from the artists and collectives belonging to the Archivo de Creadores de Madrid, with an ever-growing number of artists joining each year. The artists in the Archivo de Creadores de Madrid are selected by renowned curators, and invited to participate by Matadero Madrid, the guiding force behind both projects. These curators include: David Armengol, David Barro, Democracia, Susana Blas, Cabello/Carceller, Javier Duero, Ruth Estévez, Horacio Fernández, Javier Hontoria, Iván López Munuera, Manuela Moscoso, Tania Pardo, Alberto Sánchez Balmisa, Virginia Torrente and Roberto Vidal. Promoted by Matadero Madrid, the artist archive known as Archivo de creadores de Madrid operates as a catalyst for relations among artists, between artists and curators and between artists and the institution. This is a fundamental piece for building an emotional community around contemporary artistic creation, and a first step in building a node of artist archives housed in Matadero Madrid that is complemented with the work of performing artists. On 17 April, Archimobile opens in Carpe Diem. Art and Pesquissa to complement the International Conference Cycle 2010. On this occasion, Suhail Malik, Professor, Department of Art, Goldsmiths University of London will speak on The Price of Art. Other speakers to coincide with the presence of Raphaela Platow are Archimobile, Director and Chief Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cincinnati and Brett Littman, Executive Director of The Drawing Center in New York.