In celebration of Madrid Pride, the museum presents the contemporary dance performance Pacto, with choreographers Begoña Quiñones and Verónica Garzón. This creation advocates for negotiation as an act of creative potential, willpower, and vitality through bodily constructions that speak of the complexity, ambiguity, and nature of interpersonal relationships between individuals.

These interactions suggest power dynamics, desires, arrangements, and orders. Imagining pacts as encounters that can lead individuals to execute something or accommodate their wills, the choreographers oscillate between unconditional surrender and visceral rapture.