Based in Stuttgart and Istanbul, m-a-u-s-e-r (Mona Mahall and Asli Serbest) reflect and produce architecture in and through different media: as space, installation, video, graphic, sound, text, etc. They are interested in the conditions of the digital world in which spaces, objects, and images turn out to be but versions of themselves, or better: circulating fragments of the real.


They exhibit and publish internationally, among other venues at the Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (2015, forthcoming), Art Center Los Angeles (2015), Storefront for Art and Architecture New York (2014, 2015), Biennale di Venezia (2012, 2014), Vancouver Art Gallery (2013), Künstlerhaus Stuttgart (2013), HKW Berlin (2012), New Museum New York (2009); in e-flux journal, Volume Magazine, Perspecta, The Gradient–Walker Art Center, AArchitecture, Deutschlandfunk, etc.


They are the authors of a book on the speculative character of modern culture, specifically, architecture (How Architecture Learned to Speculate, 2009); and the editors of Junk Jet, an independent magazine on art, architecture, and media. Currently, they share the chair of foundations of design and experimental architecture at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art.