Mona Mahall is a German architect and artist who established m-a-u-s-e-r, a collaborative studio to reflect and produce architecture in and through different media. Her projects include exhibitions, installations, stage and set designs, as well as video-texts, concepts, and publications, with the aim to negotiate the evolving relationship between architecture, art, and media society. She worked as a professor of foundations of design and experimental architecture at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design and developed and taught in the master program Conceptual Architecture at the University of Stuttgart. She is the author of a book on the speculative character of modern architecture — How Architecture Learned to Speculate (2009), with Asli Serbest — and the editor of Junk Jet, an independent magazine on art, architecture, and media.
Mahall completed a Ph.D. in architecture (summa cum laude) after her studies in architecture and art/media theory (with honors and thesis prize) at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design.
- Dark Rooms 3: Backstage Studio Exhibition
- Dark Rooms 2: Server Studio Exhibition
- Dark Rooms 1: Pyramid Studio Exhibition
- ARCH 3308/6308-107 Special Topics in Theory: Dark Seminar
ARCH 4101/4102/5101/7912 Option Studio