Andreas Müller’s varied architectural and journalistic activities have addressed topics ranging from the critical analysis of spatial relations and the visualization of their inherent sociopolitical conceptions to the practice of oppositional architecture. His work on the Trento exhibition’s system of labels and signs was motivated by concerns such as: How can a series of texts and signs be used to structure the space of the exhibition as well as to make a statement about the architecture of the building? How can the heterogeneous history of the building be present in the exhibition space? How can texts and signs temporarily appropriate the building and comment on its original design, establish other readings, or suggest narratives of possible alternative uses?
Andreas Müller is an architect, exhibition designer, and co-editor of the magazine An Architektur. Production and Use of the Built Environment. David Bennewith is a graphic designer based in Amsterdam.
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