Sanz Serif, a makeshift nickname earned as a result of my typographic likes, is the umbrella under which I present the diverse facets of my work: academic research on architecture and urbanism, design speculations, graphic design, curatorial and editorial work, and writings developed individually or collaborately, in institutional settings or independently.

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Automated Landscapes in Venice highlighted in NRC by Tracy Metz [press]

Architecture critic Tracy Metz recently published a piece on the Dutch pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018, with the suggestive title "Not Only Prostitutes Work from Bed". In it, she highlights the installation #OFFICE on the research project Automated Landscapes presented by Marten Kuijpers and myself as one of the presentations in the pavilion that manages to successfully convey its message.

Marten Kuipers and Victor Muñoz Sanz from Het Nieuwe Instituut discuss the influence of automation on our environment. Large numbers of land, such as the port of Rotterdam or large livestock farms, are no longer human - everything that happens there is driven by algorithms.

Read the full piece (in Dutch) here.

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