müra2000 is a (street)art project that deals with the subject of civilization and human nature through decay and its aesthetics. Active since 2005 with varying levels of productivity. The project started with depicting airplanes as a symbol of our changing worldview and perception of reality and how civilization is shaping it. Think about it, we can travel long distances in a short time while being in a metal tube 10000 meters in the sky and not even raise an eyebrow.
The name “müra (noise)” reflects the artist’s visual interests and “2000” as some kind of retrofuturistic addition plays with the idea of an idealized vision of a future that will never come. It is also a tribute to classic graffiti writers like Futura 2000 and therefore also self-ironic since the artist uses stencils as the medium. Recurring motifs in müra2000’s works are crashed cars, excavators, general destruction and decay.