I prefer a minimal and solid design aesthetic. Every detail has to be considered. In general, I prefer open forms, abstract structures that refer for example to Kenya Hara's thinking of the empty vessel that can be filled with various emotions and expectations. Mostly I also like to install a twist, an uncertainty, a piece of void or blur. Confusion might be a juxtaposition in terms of minimal design, but it can reveal a unique character and arouses interest.
Project: 68 Places – A Personal Archive
By: Stephanie Müller
This book project was about creating a concept for 68 places that are important in my personal life. I choose to play with a documentation character of the aesthetic by including confusing elements, mixing own photographic material and google images. It reflects on common practices of travelling to touristic places where a very specific image wants to be captured in order to add another shot to a mass.