NO MANS' LANDSCAPE, 2020
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Once upon a time there was a mountain, today a marble quarry remains.
Stone has been cut out into right-angled cubes and transformed into statues representing our ideals. They are strong, beautiful and white. Within the current paradigm shift, new motives are emerging: We notice that the ideas of our society are mainly human-centred. At the same time, the anthropocene, allegorized the urgency to grant space and freedom for all non-human life. Would it be a first step to rethink general power relations?
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MORITZ KREUL is a multi-disciplinary designer with a background in graphic design and typography. He understands his work as visual communication aiming to interweave a multifaceted approach into his making. Rooted in research-driven concepts, his work unfolds as process oriented multimedia practice. With a project-portfolio ranging from spacial design, product visualisation, visual identity, print, animation and web to more conceptual art works, he provides a full-service design, built on a extensive set of skills and media.
Currently, Moritz is enrolled in the master class of spatial- and exhibition design at the BERLIN UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS.