Emotionen

Visual conception for self-conceived, ficitious exhibition Emotionen at the memorial of Mauthausen concentration camp.
Main aspect of communication-design: Information through emotions. Four key emotions – hate, fear, love, joy – are used to express a more personal understanding on the victims that have been captured inside the camp during world war II.

Visual conception for a self-conceived, fictitious exhibition called Emotionen, held at the memorial site of the Mauthausen concentration camp.

If the main aspect of communication design is information through emotions, the four key emotions – hate, fear, love, and joy – are used to express a more personal understanding of the victims that were held captive inside the camp during World War II. 

Project lead and design: Anna Fahrmaier, Thomas Gabriel

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