Season 1 · Episode 2
Markus Müller is one of Germany's most prolific communicators in the international visual arts context. He is best known for working on "Sculpture Projects Münster" 1997, being Head of Communication of documenta 11 and Okwui Enwezor’s assistant for the Venice Biennial 2015. He also worked on the Paris Triennial 2012, the Gwangju Biennial, the Prince Claus Fund as well as the German Pavillon in Venice in 2011, 2013 and 2017 and curated exhibitions at Haus der Kunst in Munich and Kunstmuseum Stuttgart. In 1996 he opened Bureau Mueller in Berlin – Berlin’s smallest and arguably, finest gallery space where he staged solo shows by Michaela Meise, Bettina Allamoda, Thomas Scheibitz and Albert Oehlen, among others. In his STRRR episode Markus Müller talks about the convergence between politics, art and music and shows us, among others, the full-length music video to Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power”.
Photo by Luci Lux, interview by Max Dax, DOP & editing by Richard G. Brzozowski, camera 2 by Luci Lux, animations by TOPE, introduction by Craig Holiday Haynes.