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Contents Assignment Introduction

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Interior Architecture and Furniture Design KABK Domain: Media & Materials Courses: Photography and Graphic Design Period: Year 1 semester 2, part 4 (April-June 2017) Lecture Photography: Sanne Peper Lecture Graphic Design: Michaël Snitker

COPY CONSTRUCT CONSTRUCT COPY PHOTOGRAPHY ‘Untitled 2008, orange, mirror and fake orange’ (acrylic, foam and tape) is a work of Dutch artist Marijn van Kreij (b. 1978, www.marijnvankreij.nl). A small floor sculpture concretely and humorously sums up the artist’s display of the impossibility of flawless duplication. An orange is placed before a hand mirror, but rather than allowing the reflection to stand on its own, the artist completes it with a fake orange, with all its handmade imperfections, on the other side. In Marijn van Kreij’s multifaceted oeuvre, consisting of drawings, paintings, collages, videos and installations, the process of duplication plays a key role. In his work, Van Kreij finds a connection with historical work by artists from the past — the legacy of modernism in particular — as well as with music and visual culture in the broader sense. Reflecting on ideas around repetition and autonomy, authenticity, originality and artistic appropriation, his work often forms a response to existing works of art. The replication process features prominently in Van Kreij’s work, through a variety of reproduction methods and means including scanners, photography, photocopiers, ready-mades and quotes.

Assignment Photography: object, mirror and fake object Fabricate your own version of the still life Untitled 2008, by Marijn van Kreij. First you have to determine which object you want to choose (like the orange in the Untitled 2008 work), take into consideration its meaning, size, form and material. Of this object you will manually construct an exact copy, made by a material of choice. Although you must aim for perfection, you will never succeed; this will create an interesting tension. Also you’ll have to go find a mirror; maybe you own one, otherwise you will have to find, buy or make one. From these three elements you must set up a composition like our example, however: scale and size are up to you, you determine whether your installation should be conveniently small or maybe XXL. It should be placed on the floor for it to become an installation, placed on a table or socket or such it would remain an object. Subsequently you photograph it, and this sounds easier than it usually is because the images can be made with a professional camera or with your phone, but they must be artistic, made with great care for detail, light and focus. This photograph is the final, autonomous artwork. Present it as such: print it beautifully, mount it on a certain material and maybe even frame it. As an accompanying soundtrack you choose a cover version of an existing piece of music.


Assignment GRAPHIC DESIGN Pracht und Prinzip, 2016 was an exhibition at the Van Abbemuseum of Dutch artist Bas van Beek (b. 1974, www.basvanbeek.com). In Pracht und Prinzip the designer Bas van Beek combines the design principles of the Bauhaus and the Wiener Werkstätte with the collection of the Van Abbemuseum. Van Beek sees the Bauhaus school, with its total commitment to the industrially manufactured product, and the Wiener Werkstätte with its more frivolous, more craftsmanlike and smaller scale approach, as the cradle of contemporary design. He redesigned the series of designs and patterns of the two different schools. Bas van Beek (1974, Nijmegen) is an anti-designer who in his artwork takes a critical standpoint towards marketing mechanisms, ‘branding’, lame conceptualism and uncritical designer cults. His artistic practice largely exists of form research, inspired by existing, historical designs. Through his work he poses questions like: what is real and what is unreal; how does the real world relate to the artificial one, as seen in manifestations of popular culture; to what extend is our daily life influenced by icons from that particular artificial world? The search for the essence, history and context of objects is the guidance, the core of his design practice.

Assignment Graphic Design: a personal wallpaper to invade the white cube Choose form-elements from your childhood, typical for the place you were born and raised, the culture you originate from. Combine these with elements that are important in your current development as a designer. More often than not there are matches and resemblances rather than contrasts in seemingly conflicting cultural movements. The combination of the two elements will result in a collage, with an interesting shape. In the collage you want to obtain a certain abstraction, without losing its detailing. By copying and mirroring this collage a pattern will emerge that you will use for wallpaper. From a distance this wallpaper will look like an abstraction, only through close inspection the details will be visible. This collage could be regarded as a visual bridge between your cultural background and your contemporary design practice. The bridge would serve as research material to find, and eventually represent either the common denominator or the difference between the cultures. The use of wallpaper as a backdrop for contemporary art is used as a means to breach the dominant principal of the ‘white cube’. Mount your wallpaper on a white cube of choice. This could be a museum space or a room in a public building or another space, as long as it makes sense and enhances your project. Make this space physical by making a rendering or photocollage. On one of the walls you will place the artwork with the object, fake object and mirror. These assignments address the following themes (among others): copy, construct, paradox, autonomy, appropriation, parallel realities, repetition, identity and contradictions.


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Implementation 1. During the photography class you will construct: the object with the fake object and the mirror. You will make a photograph of the constructed object and present this as an original framed artwork. As a soundtrack with the work you choose a cover version of an existing piece of music. 2. During the graphic design class you will design a personalized pattern as wallpaper and apply this wallpaper in the situation of a white cube. In this white cube you will place your photograph (artwork). At the final presentation you will use the wallpaper as a background to present your photograph. You can also make your own sample pattern book. Combined book as a group exhibition: We will put together a book with the work of both classes combined (1A+1B), printed digitally by Lulu.com. We will construct the book but we need you to deliver the material on June 2 as it has to be ready in time for the final review. The last week can be used to sharpen your presentation for the collective review. See examples: http://issuu.com/michaelsnitker Delivery on June 2: 1. The final photograph in highres. (ca. A4 300 dpi), mounted and framed, the name and performer of the chosen music piece, as well as the original composer. 2. Samples of your wallpaper as a highres. pdf file (or jpg/tiff A4, 1200 dpi) and a rendering or collage of the application. Final presentation on June 12-13: Use the wallpaper as a background to present your photograph. You can make also a sample book of your designed patterns. Bring with you the first lesson Thursday April 13: Bring a printout of a personal image or object from your cultural background. Also bring a printout of an image of a space/place that has been a factor in choosing to study interior design, and tell us why this has been important. Important: sketch and take notes as much as possible, we will discuss your sketches every lesson.

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Friday June 2: Friday June 9:

First lesson, we will introduce the assignment and don’t forget: As described above: ‘Bring with you the first lesson April 13’ Photography: Show us a selection of your chosen objects. Graphic Design: Show us a selection of your chosen objects. We will discuss the concepts, based on your sketches and notes. Photography: Decide how you want to make a copy of your object. Graphic Design: Choose the combination of objects/images and start to make your pattern design. Fine-tune the concepts, based on your (photographic and graphic) sketches and notes. Bevrijdingsdag: BE FREE! Discussing the elaborate designs in photography and graphic design. First review final photographs and designed wallpaper Last detailing and finishing the photograph and wallpaper including the presentation and the applications in the White Cube. Collecting the definitive material and uploading to lulu.com Final lesson, individual review.

Monday June 12: Tuesday June 13:

Collective review Collective review

Thurday April 13: Friday April 21: Friday April 28: Friday May 5: Friday May 12: Friday May 19: Friday May 26:


Assignment ‘Untitled 2008, orange, mirror and fake orange’ (acrylic, foam and tape) is a work of Dutch artist Marijn van Kreij (b. 1978, www.marijnvankreij.nl).


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Pracht und Prinzip, 2016 was an exhibition at the Van Abbemuseum of Dutch artist Bas van Beek (b. 1974, www.basvanbeek.com).


Assignment Some references to google: Photography Marijn van Kreij, Reclining Nude with a man playing the Guitar, 2017 Fischli und Weiss, Tisch, 1992–1993 Jospeph Kosuth, One and Three Chairs, 1965 George Schneider, Familie Schneider, 14 and 16 Walden Street, 2004 Graphic Design Bas van Beek, Pracht und Prinzip, 2016 Christie van der Haak, Sproken, Fairy Tales, 2015 Studio Job, NLXL Wallpaper Gilbert & George, all their photo-based collage-pictures on a black grid Daniel Buren, affichages sauvages


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Fischli und Weiss, Tisch 1992–1993

George Schneider, Familie Schneider, 14 and 16 Walden Street, 2004

Jospeph Kosuth, One and Three Chairs, 1965

Marijn van Kreij, ‘Untitled’ Doubled drawing, 2007

Gilbert & George, collage-pictures on a black grid

Christie van der Haak, Sproken, Fairy Tales, 2015

Studio Job, NLXL Wallpaper

Studio Job, NLXL Wallpaper


Introduction


Introduction [Friday April 13] Photography: Marijn van Kreij / Hreinn Friรฐfinnsson

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Introduction [Friday April 13] Photography: Hreinn Friรฐfinnsson / Florence Henri / Anish Kapoor / Dan Graham


Introduction [Friday April 13] Photography: Dan Graham / Yayoi Kusama / Gregor Schneider

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Introduction [Friday April 13] Photography: Gregor Schneider / Francis AlĂżs / Merijn Bolink / Simon Starling


Introduction [Friday April 13] Photography: Simon Starling / Fischli und Weiss

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Introduction [Friday April 13] Photography: Fischli und Weiss / Tom Sachs / Maurizio Cattelan


Introduction [Friday April 13] Photography: Maurizio Cattelan / Roy Villevoye / Ron Mueck

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Introduction [Friday April 13] Photography: Ron Mueck / Uncany Valley / RenĂŠ Magritte / Joseph Kosuth


Introduction [Friday April 13] Photography: Joseph Kosuth / Plato’s Cave Graphic Design: Bas van Beek

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Introduction [Friday April 13] Graphic Design: Bas van Beek / studio job


Introduction [Friday April 13] Graphic Design: studio job

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Introduction [Friday April 13] Graphic Design: studio job / Christie van der Haak / Gilbert & George


Introduction [Friday April 13] Graphic Design: Gilbert & George / The White Cube / Sol LeWitt

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Introduction [Friday April 13] Graphic Design: Sol LeWitt / Daniel Buren / M/M Paris / Thomas Bayrle


Introduction [Friday April 13] Graphic Design: Thomas Bayrle / RenĂŠ Magritte

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Students


Students 1A Joyce Bakker Jeanne Breard (FR) Lisa Hens Kaja Hribšek (SI) Max von Igel (BR DE) Sori Kim (KR) Marie Komatsu (JP) Kalina Lambreva (BG) Belle (Ngoc) Le (VN) Jinzi Liu (CN) Vlada Naletkina (RU) Thijs de Weerd Frank (Taekeun) Yoon (KR) 1B Bryan Arends (CW) Miriam Asghdom Laura Bosch (ZA) Liselot Cobelens Lilla Eördögh (HU) Hyun jo (Esmee) Kim (KR) Menthe de Kloe Daria Kozhina (RU) Hae Min Lee (KR) Violet Luu Bao Tran (VN) Naira Nigrelli (IT) Youri Thibault (FR)

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PHOTOGRAPHY Object, mirror and fake object


Joyce Bakker

Titel song: Original artist: Cover artist:

This is the thing

This is the thing Fink Joe Vowles

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdTUTHw3zRc


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Jeanne Breard (FR)

La redĂŠcouverte

La redĂŠcouverte (The rediscover) Cover by Vladimir Yatsina Originally by Yann Tiersen


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Lisa Hens

‘M Y W A Y’ Cover song — Celine Dion Original composer — Frank Sinatra

MYWAY


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Kaja Hribšek (SI)

Alone in the bright lights of a shattered life

Library tapes — Alone in the bright lights of a shattered life https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=abekzcVkYSo

Copy based on Max Richter — The nature of daylight https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rVN1B-tUpgs


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Max von Igel (BR DE)

Song: Old Man Cover by: Mike MassĂŠ and Jeff Hall Original: Neil Young

Old Man


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Sori Kim (KR)

Summertime Sadness

Cover song name: Summertime Sadness Cover song performer: Megan Davies (with Guitar) https://youtu.be/PPLgXcxMEQc

Original singer: Lana Del Rey https://youtu.be/TdrL3QxjyVw


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Marie Komatsu (JP)

Down in a Willow Garden

The Kossoy Sisters — Down in a Willow Garden (1997) Original lyrics by Edward Bunting — Rose Connelly (1811) First recording by G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter — Rose Conley (1927)


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Kalina Lambreva (BG)

Original song: Sacred Spirit — Yeha Noha Cover by: Парыгин Андрей

Sacred Spirit


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Belle (Ngoc) Le (VN)

Drift Off To Sleep lyrics By Micah P Hinson When you sleep What do you see A million stars to wish upon Or just me And oh she spoke so softly, to me As we drifted off, to sleep When you sleep What do you see A million stars you've dreamt upon Or just me And oh she spoke so sweetly, to me As we drifted off, to sleep And oh she spoke so softly, to me As we drifted off, to sleep

Drift Off To Sleep


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Jinzi Liu (CN)

Gymnopédie No. 1 | Kung Fu Fighting

Gymnopédie No. 1 by Erik Satie — Alanna-Marie Boudreau https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppOvD4Egbno

Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas — Guitar Version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSN00jSSNEw


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Vlada Naletkina (RU)

Pink Floyd — Have a Cigar

Have a Cigar


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Thijs de Weerd

Metallica — Enter Sandman Covered by Art vs Science

Enter Sandman


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Frank (Taekeun) Yoon (KR)

The name of song : Hollywood Original composer : The Black skirt https://youtu.be/uuGtrxDsrws

Cover song by Soyoon https://youtu.be/houdgY6cZpQ

Hollywood


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Bryan Arends (CW)

Song: Covered by: Original composer:

Welcome to the Black Parade

Welcome to the Black Parade Radnor My Chemical Romance


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Miriam Asghdom

Song: Golden Covered by: Dropcover featuring Thando Sikwila Original composer: Jill Scott

Golden


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Laura Bosch (ZA)

Title: Yellow Artist: Sara Bareilles Original artist: Coldplay

Yellow


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Liselot Cobelens

Britney Spears — Toxic Cover by Our Last Night

Toxic


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Lilla Eördögh (HU)

The Way You Look Tonight

Cover: The Way You Look Tonight — Tony Bennett Original performer: Fred Astaire


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Hyun jo (Esmee) Kim (KR)

Title: Non je ne regrette rien Replica: Personal Diary Song — Non je ne Regrette rien by Edith Piaf

Non je ne regrette rien


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Menthe de Kloe

Last Orders

Last Orders Cover by Deena Ess (Alternative/indie cover) Original: Nothing but Thieves


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Daria Kozhina (RU)

Lord Chaitanya

Original: Lord Chaitanya — Hare Krishna Mahamantra Cover: A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada — Hare Krishna Mahamantra. Japa Meditation


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Hae Min Lee (KR)

Flower Dance

Original composer by DJ Okawari — Flower Dance Cover song by Hiroyuki Kosuga The medium of film is alike to memory. This is because film must be handled with the utmost care before developing the film into pictures. This is also how my precious childhood memories work. And once the pictures are developed then they can be preserved as memories. The pieces of film that are stored separately are the spaces in which my memories live. I went on a field trip as a child. Because I had forgotten to bring my camera, I hurried to the nearby supermarket and bought an instant camera before going on the field trip. Cameras were

highly valuable items when traveling. This is because cameras helped you remember what you did with whom. So during the field trip I took pictures of various moments using the instant camera. On the bus ride home from the field trip I opened up the camera to look at the film. At that time I wasn’t sure what I was doing and didn’t understand what I had done wrong. I unraveled the roll of film without having won it back up. Because the film had not yet been developed, all of my pictures that day were lost. The camera and film and media that can record memories.


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Violet Luu Bao Tran (VN)

A cover of ‘History of Bop’ by Violet Luu Originally by Jack Kerouac, from: Readings by Jack Kerouac on The Beat Generation History of Bop.mp3

History of Bop


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Naira Nigrelli (IT)

Requiem, KV 626: Sequentia, Lacrimosa

Requiem, KV 626: Sequentia, Lacrimosa Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart KPM Philharmonic Orchestra, KPM Choir, Hieronym Baltazar & Maciej Korczaky


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Youri Thibault (FR)

Stolen Moments

Stolen Moments — Oliver Nelson Cover Song: Stolen Moment — The Ahmad Jamal Trio


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GRAPHIC DESIGN A personal wallpaper to invade the white cube


Joyce Bakker Neues museum Berlin, Germany


Jeanne Breard (FR)

Military area Houilles / Carrières sur Seine (France)

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Lisa Hens DescentintoLimbo1992 Anish Kapoor | de Pont | Tilburg


Kaja Hribšek (SI)

Juliaan van Lampens — Van Wassenhove House

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Max von Igel (BR DE)

↑ Ayub Central Hospital, Dhaka (Louis Kahn)

Bonifatius Church, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Arquiteto Hans Broos)

↑ National Assembly Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh (Louis Kahn)


Sori Kim (KR)

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The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, USA (Louis Kahn)

The Hurva Synagogue, in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem (Louis Kahn)


Marie Komatsu (JP) On the streets of Roppongi December 2016, Tokyo


Kalina Lambreva (BG)

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Wallpaper theme : Кукер (Kuker) Sculpture name : Кукер (Kuker) Kukeri (Bulgarian: кукери; singular: kuker, кукер) are elaborately costumed Bulgarian men who perform traditional rituals intended to scare away evil spirits. Closely related traditions are found throughout the Balkans and Greece (including Romania and the Pontus). The costumes cover most of the body and include decorated wooden masks of animals (sometimes double-faced) and large bells attached to the belt. Around New Year and before Lent, the kukeri walk and dance through villages to scare away evil

spirits with their costumes and the sound of their bells. They are also believed to provide a good harvest, health, and happiness to the village during the year. The kukeri traditionally visit peoples' houses at night so that ‘the sun would not catch them on the road’. After parading around the village they usually gather at the village square to dance wildly and amuse the people. Kukeri rituals vary by region but remain largely the same in essence.


Belle (Ngoc) Le (VN) INSIDE OUT Casual living room, simple and warm space, not much furniture


Jinzi Liu (CN)

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Under Den Haag sky


Vlada Naletkina (RU)

Vitra Design Museum Weil am Rhein, Germany


Thijs de Weerd

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Frank (Taekeun) Yoon (KR)

Name : Street on my side Location : Princess Mariestraat, Den Haag


Bryan Arends (CW) X Games podium with the youngest gold medalist in X Games history X Games Aspen 2015, Colorado

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Miriam Asghdom

Huis Sonneveld 1932/1933 Museum in Rotterdam, The Netherlands


Laura Bosch (ZA)

130 131 Le Corbusier UnitĂŠ d'habitation appartment Marseille, France


Liselot Cobelens

Alahambra, Spanje


Lilla Eördögh (HU)

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SANAA — Louvre Lens, Lens, France


Hyun jo (Esmee) Kim (KR)

Kindergarden


Menthe de Kloe

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Daria Kozhina (RU) Private housing, surface of the window


Hae Min Lee (KR)

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When I was young, my mother gave me a clown doll. And the doll was hanging under the lamp. I was scared of all the dolls after watching the movie of Chucky and the doll reminds me a Chucky. The composition of the clown was staring down at me. I was so scared and didn’t want to get in the room. The doll was removed eventually, I became

scared whenever I was thinking of the clown doll. I chose clown doll and chucky (which called the doll) for the object. Now I am not afraid of clown doll anymore and this was my scary memory with clown doll in my childhood. when I fo to bed, I had a nightmare and it feels really unrealistic. So I pick the surrealistic image.

National Gallery of Australia

Rosslynd Piggott, High Bed


Violet Luu Bao Tran (VN)

An empty, boring classroom in an Asian country


Naira Nigrelli (IT)

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The interior is from Orly Shrem, an architect from Israel. The residential cottage was created in 2013 and is actually a visualisation created in collaboration with Studio Aiko, also from Israel.


Youri Thibault (FR)

On the Road


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Colophon GROUP 1A & 1B Interior Architecture and Furniture Design KABK 2017 Lecture: Photography Lecture: Graphic Design Term: Year 1, semester 2, part 4 LECTURERS Michaël Snitker (Graphic Design) www.snitker.nl Sanne Peper (Photography) www.sannepeper.nl STUDENTS 1A Joyce Bakker Jeanne Breard (FR) Lisa Hens Kaja Hribšek (SI) Max von Igel (BR DE) Sori Kim (KR) Marie Komatsu (JP) Kalina Lambreva (BG) Belle (Ngoc) Le (VN) Jinzi Liu (CN) Vlada Naletkina (RU) Thijs de Weerd Frank (Taekeun) Yoon (KR) 1B Bryan Arends (CW) Miriam Asghdom Laura Bosch (ZA) Liselot Cobelens Lilla Eördögh (HU) Hyun jo (Esmee) Kim (KR) Menthe de Kloe Daria Kozhina (RU) Hae Min Lee (KR) Violet Luu Bao Tran (VN) Naira Nigrelli (IT) Youri Thibault (FR) http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/vedute http://issuu.com/michaelsnitker April–June 2017


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This is the thing (Joe Vowles) La redécouverte (Vladimir Yatsina) M Y W A Y (Celine Dion) Alone in the bright lights of a shattered life (Library tapes) Old Man (Mike Massé and Jeff Hall) Summertime Sadness (Megan Davies) Down in a Willow Garden (The Kossoy Sisters) Sacred Spirit (Парыгин Андрей) Drift Off To Sleep (Micah P Hinson) Gymnopédie No. 1 (Alanna-Marie Boudreau) Have a Cigar (Pink Floyd) Enter Sandman (Art vs Science) Hollywood (Soyoon) Welcome to the Black Parade (Radnor) Golden (Dropcover) Yellow (Sara Bareilles) Toxic (Our Last Night) The Way You Look Tonight (Tony Bennett) Non je ne regrette rien (Edith Piaf) Last Orders (Deena Ess) Lord Chaitanya (A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada) Flower Dance (Hiroyuki Kosuga) History of Bop (Violet Luu) Requiem, KV 626: Sequentia, Lacrimosa (Hieronym Baltazar & Maciej Korczaky) Stolen Moment (The Ahmad Jamal Trio)

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