Architecture, Urban Design, Graphic Design, Cartography, Writing, Teaching

Work [chronological]


2018



Moritz Ahlert

»Politics of Design. Design of Politics.«

Book Contribution – November 2018 (upcoming)

Edited by Friedrich von Borries

Verlag Walther König

 

To accompany the exhibition ›Politics of Design, Design of Politics‹ by Friedrich von Borries at Pinakothek der Moderne. Die Neue Sammlung - The Design Museum, Koenig Books is releasing an eponymous publication, designed by Ingo Offermanns. With essays by Moritz Ahlert, Frieder Bohaumilitzky, Friedrich von Borries, Elke Buhr, Clemens Finkelstein, Jens-Uwe Fischer, Achim Hatzius, Christian Hiller, Benjamin Kasten, Anne Levy, Mikael Mikael, Angelika Nollert, Ingo Offermanns, Mara Recklies, Wilma Renfordt, Thomas Schweigert and Olaf Unverzart.

 

 



Moritz Ahlert

»Moravia Manifiesto – Coding Strategies for Informal Neighborhoods«

Publication – October 2018

Edited by Moritz Ahlert / Maximilian Becker / Albert Kreisel / Philipp Misselwitz / Nina Pawlicki /

Tobias Schrammek

Jovis Publishers Berlin, English/Spanish, Softcover, 17 x 24 cm, 344 pages

ISBN 978-3-86859-535-2

In view of the rapidly progressing urbanization worldwide, informal settlements especially in the cities of the global south must be a focus of our attention, because the majority of new city inhabitants in future will settle in these unplanned extensions of urban centers. The tools and methods of conventional urban planning have so far been unable to tackle this phenomenon. New approaches are required that combine top-down planning and bottom-up initiatives to create sustainable and viable living environments.

The Moravia Manifesto presents the alternative planning approaches put forward by an international Think&Do tank, which were developed together with local participants from the Moravia informal settlement at the heart of the Colombian metropolis Medellín. This new planning approach is contextualized by essays and international case studies. Urban Coding shows new ways of how planning, politics, economy and administration can initiate and implement innovative and inclusive urban transformation processes in coproduction with local communities.

With contributions by: Moritz Ahlert, Maximilian Becker, Christian Burkhard, Daniel Carvalho, Sónia Dias, Alejandro Echeverri, Lucia Fernandez, David Gouverneur, Kim Annaluz Gundlach, Rupali Gupte, Juliana Gutiérrez, Daniel Heuermann, Cielo María Holguín Ramirez, Florian Koehl, Albert Kreisel, Taibat Lawanson, Daniela Maturana, Philipp Misselwitz, Timothy Nubi, Basirat Oyalowo, Nina Pawlicki, Jochen Rabe, Juan Manuel Restrepo, Alejandro Restrepo Montoya, Tobias Schrammek, Prasad Shetty
Illustrations: Dubian Monsalve

Graphic Design by: David Voss Leipzig (Ondine Pannet, Lisa Pflästerer)

 

Urban Lab Medellín I Berlin is a project run by Urban Oasis (Maximilian Becker, Albert Kreisel, Tobias Schrammek), in collaboration with the Habitat Unit at TU Berlin (Professor Philipp Misselwitz, Nina Pawlicki, Moritz Ahlert) and representatives of the quarter Moravia, supported by Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft and Arch+ Verein zur Förderung des Architektur- und Stadtdiskurses.



Moritz Ahlert

»Atlas of Digital Fragments«

October 2018 - Februar 2019 – Habitat Unit TU Berlin

Digitalization and urbanization are deeply intertwined. Yet, the impact of digitalization in shaping urban transformation is highly contested. A frequent concern voiced by critics is the reliance of digital urban management tools of so-called smart cities on »big data«, collected, monitored, tracked, computed, geo-localized and/or networked by ubiquitous devices and sensors. While collectable and marketable data is prioritized, the actual realities and needs of the majority of urban populations particularly in cities in the Global South are being ignored and compromised. Digital divide and commercialized smart city approaches foster the atomization and fragmentation of urban fabrics instead of »bringing the world closer together« (Mark Zuckerberg).
The experimental theory-seminar Atlas of Digital Fragments aims to map globally digital tools and projects, which reveals the potential to empower local urban actors in actively shaping urban transformation processes. The focus of this research are bottom-up approaches and techniques (e.g. decentralized platforms, networks, digital maps), which respond to and facilitate the growing interest of citizens/users in taking a more active part in shaping their cities themselves. How can digital tools enable local communities and support user-driven urban transformation processes and co-production of neighborhoods? How can architects and urbanists foster the re-appropriation of digital space outside the dominant corporate sphere? What is the relationship between digital and physical commons? Are there digital counterstrategies for empowerment, especially for the growing informal settlements in the Global South?
The seminar provides an introduction to the critical study of the smart city discourse, combined with collective research, analysis, discussion of global case studies of the digital fragments. The seminar will result in a collectively written and designed Atlas of Digital Fragments, which will be published or exhibited.



Moritz Ahlert

»Die Große Transformation @ Floating University Berlin«

April - July 2018

As part of Habitat Unit - TU Berlin I am participating in the Floating University Berlin Project.

From May to September 2018 raumlaborberlin will create a visionary inner city offshore-laboratory for collective, experimental learning, knowledge transfer and the formation of transdisciplinary networks to challenge routines and habits of urban practices. 

The Habitat Unit is organizing and conceptualizing a summer school, which is scheduled from 16.07. - 29.07.2018. Participants of this summer school, called »Die Große Transformation«, are local actors of the surrounding neighborhoods.

Together with Prof. Dr. Philipp Misselwitz and Dr. phil. Anna Marie Steigemann.

 

 

 

 

Image © raumlaborberlin



Moritz Ahlert

»Psychographic Mapping of Mobility«

March 2018 – Artist residency in Barcelona, in cooperation of Jiwar and Goethe Barcelona.

The project during the residency consisted of three parts: a lecture on »the New Power of Digital Maps« at Goethe Institut Barcelona, an interactive mapping platform Hands-on-up-off-BCN.org/ together with Alsino Skowronnek and three »Deriva Collectiva« – situationistic walks in different neighborhoods in Barcelona.



Moritz Ahlert

»BROWN BAG LECTURE«
February 20, 2018 | 12.00 Uhr | A 624

Mapping it out! The territorial ambitions of digital maps.


Room A 624
Institute for Architecture, TU Berlin
Strasse des 17. Juni 152
10623 Berlin


2017



Moritz Ahlert

»Mapping: Space and Action«

Lecture at TRIALOG’s annual meeting 2017

Friday, 1 December 2017, 9:00-18:00hs
weißensee kunsthochschule berlin, Bühringstraße 20, 13086 Berlin, Germany



Moritz Ahlert

Habitat Unit

From 10/2017 on Moritz Ahlert is lecturer and researcher at Habitat Unit - TU Berlin.

The Habitat Unit is a globally networked research and teaching centre developing new approaches, expertise and application-oriented tools relevant for global urbanisation and urban change processes. The Habitat Unit is committed to an inclusive and rights based approach to urban policy, urban management as well as development-oriented and actor-driven planning.

Based at the School of Architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, the Habitat Unit promotes an extended understanding of urban and architectural design, which integrates spatial, material and cultural sensitivities with new models of participation, co-production and urban governance.

The Habitat Unit collaborates closely with leading universities worldwide, advises national and global development agencies and represents the TU Berlin as official partner in the Habitat Partner Universities Initiative established by the United Nations Center for Human Settlements (UN HABITAT).



Moritz Ahlert

»Aesthetics of the Virtual« – Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Hamburg

From 2015 until end of 2017 he was part of a threeyear graduate program, to research the »Aesthetics of the Virtual« at the HFBK in Hamburg, working towards a PhD in Art. Together with Prof. Wigger Bierma, Christian Blumberg, Prof. Dr. Friedrich von Borries, Prof. Robert Bramkamp,

Eva Castringius, Prof. Thomas Demand, Prof. Jesko Fezer, Joachim Glaser, Joke Janssen, Prof. Dr. Gabriele Klein, Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Lenger, Prof. Dr. Hanne Loreck, Prof. Michaela Melián, Peter Müller, Tobias Muno, Hanny Oldendorf, Prof. Dr. Michaela Ott, Merle Radtke, Prof. Anselm Reyle, Benjamin Sprick, ANna Tautfest, Vera Tollmann.

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Moritz Ahlert –  Yet incomputable. Indetermination Principles in the Age of Hypervisibility and Algorithmic Control.

 »Yet incomputable. Indetermination Principles in the Age of Hypervisibility and Algorithmic Control.«

04/11/2017 – 17/12/2017 – Exhibition contribution

Deichtorhallen Hamburg - Falckenberg Collection, at Phoenix-Hallen Harburg

Curated by Dr. Elena Agudio, Co-Director SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin.

Together with Eva Castringius, Ivana Franke, Joachim Glaser, Louis Henderson, Agnieska Kurant, Joke Janssen, Elsa M'bala, Hanny Oldendorf, Trevor Paglen, Benjamin Sprick, ANna Tautfest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Images by Michael Pfisterer, 2017.

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»Yet incomputable. Indetermination Principles in the Age of Hypervisibility and Algorithmic Control.« — Catalogue for the Final Exhibition

Editor: Elena Agudio / Editorial coordination: Peter Müller

Design: Hanna Osen and Paul Voggenreiter

 

Artists: Moritz Ahlert, Eva Castringius, Ivana Franke, Joachim Glaser, Louis Henderson, Agnieska Kurant, Joke Janssen, Elsa M'bala, Hanny Oldendorf, Trevor Paglen, Benjamin Sprick, ANna Tautfest.


Essayists: Elena Agudio, Zach Blas, Antonia Majaca und Luciana Parisi, Matteo Pasquinelli.

Materialverlag der HFBK Hamburg
12/2017 – Material 390, ISBN: 978-3-944954-40-0
Format: 17,5 x 25 cm, Hardback with laminated cover, relief varnish, 4C offset print, paperback, stitched binding, 204 pages with coloured illustrations



»Subjective Atlas of Transformation«

Urban fabrics change rapidly and people have different opinions and emotions about how these transformations affect their neighborhoods.

Together with Alsino Skowronnek, we installed an »Subjective Atlas of Transformation« for Leipzig. It seeks to capture perceived developments in the city in a crowd-sourced database. It allows anyone to input information about specific places that have undergone a transformation process that is deemed important. Subjective interpretation of this process is reflected in the visualization of these places through emojis 😀 and a 3D landscape of transformation density.

The project was shown as an interactive map installation at the
STATTFINDEN Festival  at Glasfabrik Leipzig in September 2017 and still lives on the internet here emojimap.de.

Groupexhibition together with [Emilia Lichtenwagner, Patricia Gerger, Janine Muckermann and Rahel Saba Mariam Albrich], [Ina Luft, Joachim F. Burkhardt and Lisa Steindl], [Jasper Meiners, Isabel Paehr, Lennert Raesch and Jörn Röder], [Angelika Waniek, Daniel Theiler and Bertolt Meyer], [Ali Schwartz, Juliane Zöllner, Aleksander Oglaza and Lena Schrieb], [Thomas Weber and Svenja Hinzmann].

 



Moritz Ahlert

»Wir sind in der Stadt, wir können sie nicht verlassen« /

»Estamos en la ciudad, no podemos salir de ella«

2016-2017

»Wir sind in der Stadt, wir können sie nicht verlassen« vereinigt unterschiedliche künstlerische Formate, anhand derer das Thema Mobilität kritisch reflektiert werden soll. Die sieben beteiligten Künstler und Künstlerinnen verstehen Mobilität dabei nicht allein als physische Bewegung im städtischen Raum, sondern gehen auch Fragen sozialer, ökonomischer und ökologischer Mobilität nach. Sieben Interventionen im städtischen Raum reflektieren sieben Themenachsen, entlang derer Mobilität in ihrer Komplexität gefasst wird.

»Wir sind in der Stadt, wir können sie nicht verlassen« ist ein Forschungs-, Interventions- und Ausstellungsprojekt, das anlässlich des Deutschlandjahres vom Goethe-Institut Mexiko in Kooperation mit mehreren Ausstellungshäusern der Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) veranstaltet wird. Titelgebend für das Projekt sind Ausschnitte aus Octavio Paz´ Gedicht „Hablo de la ciudad“ („Ich rede von der Stadt“) von 1987, in dem er eine fiktive Stadt beschreibt. Im Zentrum dieses weit gefächerten Projekts steht das Thema Mobilität, die nicht allein als physische Bewegung in der Stadt gedacht wird, sondern auch Fragen sozialer, ökonomischer und ökologischer Mobilität umfasst.

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»Mexibility – ESTAMOS EN LA CIUDAD, NO PODEMOS SALIR DE ELLA«

Exhibition – 23.03.-02.07.2017

Casa del Lago Juan José Arreola - Mexico-City

Curated by Moritz Ahlert, Friedrich von Borries and Victor Palacios.

Mappings by Moritz Ahlert

Graphic design by Moritz Ahlert and Larissa Starke

In cooperation with Goethe-Institut Mexiko.

 

With works of: Marcela Armas, Christoph Faulhaber, Jesko Fezer & Öffentliche Gestaltungsberatung, Arturo Hernández Alcázar, Folke Köbberling, Armin Linke, Miguel Monroy, Marjetica Potrč & Design for the Living World, Sebastian Quack, Michael Sailstorfer, Karin Sander, Isabelle Schad and Tobias Zielony.

Foto © Agustin Estrada / Araceli Limón

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Moritz Ahlert

»MEXIBILITY. WE ARE IN THE CITY, WE CANNOT LEAVE«

Publication – June 2017

editorial RM - 372 pages

Moritz Ahlert and Friedrich von Borries (eds.), Mappings by Moritz Ahlert, Graphic design by Moritz Ahlert and Larissa Starke, in cooperation with Goethe-Institut Mexiko.

ISBN RM México: 978-607-8295-39-5 / ISBN RM Verlag: 978-84-17047-07-8

 

With contributions by Moritz Ahlert, Airen, Marcela Armas, Armen Avanessian, Friedrich von Borries, Fernando Brito, Alejandro Cartagena, Livia Corona, Diane E. Davis, Rodrigo Durán, Christoph Faulhaber, Jesko Fezer & Öffentliche Gestaltungsberatung, David FitzGerald, Arturo Hernández Alcázar, Joshua Jobb, Folke Köbberling, Viola König, Peter Krieger, Armin Linke, Ernesto Lopez, Pablo Lopez Luz, Onnis Luque, Miguel Monroy, Felipe Orensanz, Marjetica Potrč & Design for the Living World, Octavio Paz, Mark Powell, Alicia Puyana, Sebastian Quack, Pj Roundtree, Michael Sailstorfer, Karin Sander, Isabelle Schad, Martha Schteingart, Juan Villoro and Tobias Zielony.

Coverimage by Pablo Lopez Luz.

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Moritz Ahlert
Video by Uli Stehlik@mexikuli

»Mapability – Mexibility« / Mini-Map-Metro-Exhibition

in cooperation with Goethe Institut Mexico and Sistema de Transporte Colectivo Metro

Mexico-City – Metro-Polanco – June 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Moritz Ahlert
Images by PJ Roundtree.

»Wir sind in der Stadt, wir können sie nicht verlassen.«

Sonderführung mit…

Article – May 2017, together with Friedrich von Borries

Baumeister – Das Architektur-Magazin

B5 – Mexiko: Zwischen neuer Blüte und neuen Mauern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



»GORGEOUS GEOBROWSING«

Groupexhibition 03.02.-19.02.2017

Wiensowski & Harbord – Lützowstraße 32 – 10785 Berlin

 

 Moritz Ahlert, Katja Aufleger, Bureau d‘Études, M Eifler,
Jenny Odell, Hanny Oldendorf, Alsino Skowronnek & Hans Hack

 

 

 

 

 

Fotos ©  Matthias Kolb



www.urbanlabmedellinberlin.com

Urban Lab Medellin | Berlin

Giving a collaborative mapping workshop

Co - producing Housing Solutions

02-2017

In context of the spring school in Medellin organized by Urban Oasis in cooperation with Habitat Unit Berlin Prof. Philipp Misselwitz, ARCH+ Verein zur Förderung des Architektur- und Stadtdiskurses, amongst others; with 30 students of TU Berlin, students from Medellin and locals from Moravia/Medellin, together with Nina Pawlicki.

 

 



2016



Moritz Ahlert Partizipation und urbane Intervention
© poetenladen.de

Partizipation und urbane Intervention – Dimensionen, Gespräche, Projekte

Publication – Contribution with Jens-Uwe Fischer 

Annette Menting, Walter Prigge, Ronald Scherzer-Heidenberger, Andreas Thiesen (ed.)

Poetenladen Leipzig, 2016

ISBN: 9783940691811

 

»Dimensionen nationaler und internationaler Ansätze der Partizipation und urbanen Interventionen von Madrid und Istanbul bis Hamburg und Berlin werden in diesem Band von Stadtplanern, Soziologen, Architekten und Landschaftsgestaltern diskutiert. Modelle des gesellschaftlichen Verhandelns von Raum und der Praxis seiner Aneignung sind Gegenstand der Gespräche zu Partizipation im Stadtraum Leipzig mit verschiedenen Akteuren wie einer Politikerin, Bürgerin, Künstlerin und Aktivistin. Der Katalogteil präsentiert themenbezogene Projekte von Studierenden, Absolventen und Lehrenden der Fakultät Architektur und Sozialwissenschaft, HTWK Leipzig, wie Ereignisdesign, Quartiersmanagement, Greiz Interventionen, Kleider machen Räume, 100 % Health, Kinderstraßen, Architekturmaschine, Feinkost u.v.a.«



http://www.forms-of-formalism.com
© Louis De Belle

Forms of Formalism No.3

Essay

PHOTOGRAPHS (Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner)

TEXTS (Moritz Ahlert, Parasite 2.0, Bethan Hughes)

116 pages, 10 x 15 cm
ISBN 978-3-945301-29-6

 



Moritz Ahlert

»Mapping Google Maps«

Theory seminar – HFBK Hamburg

 Kartografie war in ihrer langen Geschichte noch nie so populär und allgegenwärtig. Es werden heute mehr Karten produziert und genutzt als jemals zuvor. Das Seminar »Mapping Google Maps« setzt sich mit der Geo-Sparte von Google Inc. auseinander. Dabei geht es sowohl um ein kritisches Reflektieren der Google-Dienste (Maps, Earth und StreetView sowie ihrer Anwendung), als auch um ein Verhandeln von künstlerischen Positionen, die eben diese dekonstruieren.

Das Seminar wird von Johannes Oldendorf und Moritz Ahlert veranstaltet, die sich im Rahmen des Graduiertenkollegs »Ästhetiken des Virtuellen« mit jeweils unterschiedlichen Fragestellungen zu Googles Online-Kartendiensten auseinandersetzen.

 



Moritz Ahlert

23. Witzenhäuser Konferenz – »Frohes Schaffen!? – Arbeit in der Landwirtschaft«

Graphic Design – Bookcover, Flyer and Poster

kassel university press – ISBN 978-3-7376-0114-6

 

 

 



Moritz Ahlert

Show You Have Words

Graphic Design – Exhibition stand for Mikael Mikael

art - das Kunstmagazin - ART COLOGNE 2016

 



Moritz Ahlert

21.01.2016  – HCU Hamburg – Parapolis Prof. Bernd Kniess

Workshop



2015



Moritz Ahlert

Feierstunde zum 100-jahrigen Geburtstag des Schwarzen Quadrats.

Graphic Design – Flyer

Berlinische Galerie

 



Moritz Ahlert

Critical Mapping 2.0 – Ten Years of Google Maps

Lecture

Harvard University - Graduate School of Design

 



Moritz Ahlert

 77□13 Political Art and Resistance in Turkey

EssayTogether with Friedrich von Borries and Jens-Uwe Fischer

NGBK Berlin – Publication – ISBN 978-3-938515-59-4

 



2014



Moritz Ahlert
Moritz Ahlert

Urbane Interventionen Istanbul – Learning from Gezi?
Co-edited with Friedrich von Borries and Jens-Uwe Fischer

208 Pages  

Merve Verlag Berlin, 2014    

ISBN 978-3-88396-367-9



Moritz Ahlert

RLF – Mikael Mikael
Editorial Design

192 pages  

Distanz Verlag Berlin, 2014    

ISBN 978-3-95476-089-3



 

 

 

 

 

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Design Direction for RLF-Project (overall project)



2013



Moritz Ahlert

Die Berliner Weltverbesserungsmaschine (Exhibition)

Exhibition architecture and -design

Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, and other museums (Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung, Alte Nationalgalerie, Antikensammlung, Ethnologisches Museum, Deutsches Historisches Museum, Gemäldegalerie, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, Museum Berggruen, Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Museum für Asiatische Kunst, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Neue Nationalgalerie, Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg, Skulpturensammlung and Museum für Byzantinische Kunst und Vorderasiatisches Museum), 2013

 

 

 

 

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Foto © Projektbüro Friedrich von Borries / Clemens Finkelstein

Moritz Ahlert

Die Berliner Weltverbesserungsmaschine – Die Rekonstruktion einer abstrakten Imagination
Co-Editorship with Friedrich von Borries and Jens-Uwe Fischer

+ Editorial Design

232 pages  

Merve Verlag Berlin, 2013 

ISBN 978-3-88396-344-0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Moritz Ahlert

 Die Berliner Weltverbesserungsmaschine – Eine Geschichte des fortwährenden Scheiterns
Editorial Design

196 pages

Merve Verlag Berlin, 2013 

ISBN 978-3-88396-343-3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Design Direction for »Die Berliner Weltverbesserungsmaschine« (overall project)



Moritz Ahlert

RLF – Friedrich von Borries

Cover design

Suhrkamp Verlag, 2013

 

 


Moritz Ahlert

Realität und Fiktion

Editorial Design

Monopol-Insert  Edition 50,000, 64 pages  
Accompanying the exhibition in Villa Schöningen, Potsdam, 2013

 

 

 

 


Moritz Ahlert

Inside Out – Catalog and documentation of the exhibition and workshops

Co-Editorship with Anne Binder and Christoph T. Herrmann

+ Editorial Design

64 pages  

Verlag der Universität der Künste Berlin, 2013

 


2012



Moritz Ahlert

Jugendfonds als Instrument der Stadtentwicklung

Cover Design + Comic (inside the booklet)

Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Bau und Stadtentwicklung

 

 

 

 


Moritz Ahlert

Inside Out

Exhibition and workshops – together with Anne Binder und Christoph T. Herrmann

+ Graphic Design

Galerie M - Berlin-Marzahn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Moritz Ahlert

CCTV

Videoinstallation – together with Hannes Stimmann

Galerie M - Marzahn

»Marzahn is watching you. Türspione, Fenster zum Hof, private Sicherheitsdienste, Überwachungskameras in Geschäften/Aussenräumen und Pförtner im Erdgeschoss bestimmen die Sicherheitsarchitektur des Stadtteils. Die Frage ist: Wer beobachtet wen?«

 


2011


Moritz Ahlert - Mikael Mikael

WHITEOUT – Mikael Mikael

Editorial Design

80 pages  

Merve Verlag Berlin, 2013  

ISBN 978-3-88396-312-9

 

 

 

 


Moritz Ahlert

Berliner Atlas paradoxaler Mobilität

Editorial Design and Co-authorship

220 pages   

Merve Verlag Berlin, 2013  

ISBN 978-3-88396-304-4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Moritz Ahlert

Überlebenskunst-Festival

Graphic Design – Event-Map

HKW – Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 2011

 

 


Moritz Ahlert

4. Salon Kunst + Wissenschaft: Störungen

Graphic Design – Flyer  

Akademie der Künste Berlin




Moritz Ahlert

PZG – Problemzonengymnastik
Graphic Design

Webseries – ARTE Creative!




2010



Moritz Ahlert

Competition for urban and landscape planning »Niederrad am Main« – open idea competition

Together with Sören Grünert, Christoph Herrmann und Maria Pegelow – »final round«



2009



Heimatcontainer Bauhaus Dessau / Suhrkamp

2009 / 2010

Exhibitiondesign and Illustration 





Moritz Ahlert

Europan 10 – OBSTMETROPOLE LEISNIG

»Shortlist« – 2009

Together with Stephan Bosse und Thomas Cremers


Moritz Ahlert

WSF 2050

2009 – Exhibition of the Diploma Thesis in Weißenfels,

in Collaboration with Brandsanierung Weißenfels

Together with Robert Chr. Friebe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Moritz Ahlert

»Urban Agriculture as a Strategy for Shrinking Cities in Eastern Germany. Case study Weissenfels, Saxony-Anhalt«

UdK Berlin – Architecture – Diploma Thesis

Together with Robert Chr. Friebe

Completed with “Note 1.0” (very good). Supervisors: Prof. A. Krischanitz , Prof. S. ­Hauser und Prof. A. Ranner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Moritz Ahlert

Weißenfels – The Movie

Shortfilm 9:04 min

Together with Robert Chr. Friebe