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TAKING PLACE

Route along 18 Corners, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Willem de Rooij, 1993/2010

GROUP 1A & 1B IN 27 ROUTES Interior Architecture and Furniture Design KABK 2016 Lecture: Photography / Graphic Design Term: Year 1, semester 2, part 4


TAKING PLACE

GROUP 1A & 1B IN 27 ROUTES Interior Architecture and Furniture Design KABK 2016 Lecture: Photography / Graphic Design Term: Year 1, semester 2, part 4


Contents Assignment Introduction

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Students Group 1A — 11 Routes Group 1B — 16 Routes

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Route along 18 Corners, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Willem de Rooij, 1993/2010


Assignment


Assignment

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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 2016) Lecture Photography: Sanne Peper Lecture Graphic Design: Michaël Snitker

TAKING PLACE

Route along 18 Corners (Stedelijk Museum 1993/2010) Route along 18 Corners is a work of Dutch artist Willem de Rooij (b. 1969). Often bearing reference to works by other artists or artifacts from historical and anthropological collections, his works revolve around questions of representation and meaning. Route along 18 Corners belongs to a long tradition in which artists reflect on the conditions of the exhibition space. The work is a brochure setting out a route along 18 corners of galleries and exhibition spaces on the ground floor of the Stedelijk Museum building. De Rooij made the brochure as a sketch while studying at the Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, and it is specially presented in the Stedelijk for the first time in Taking Place. Now that the museum has been renovated, the meaning of the work has changed. The 1993 brochure featured the reddish herringbone parquet floor of the old Stedelijk, with impromptu fragments of whitewashed walls, baseboards and power outlets. The new oak parquet is lighter, broader and laid in a different pattern; the baseboards are recessed and the power points are concealed. Where De Rooij’s guided tour originally intended to put the museum itself on exhibit by highlighting unobserved details, the work now offers us a glimpse of the history of the building, prior to the renovation. This assignment addresses the following themes (among others): curating, space/place, labeling, mapping, choreography, performance, appropriation and representation.

Assignment 1. Photography: 18 photographs and captions Find and photograph 18 similar unnoticed/overlooked places/spaces within the Academy. These could either be details of objects or fragments of spatial situations; search for features that tell a story about the building and/or its history but also represent your connection to these particular places and your own personal history and background. It is important that you find existing situations; you are not allowed to interfere or manipulate. The images can be abstract, poetic or formal, in colour or black and white, but make sure all 18 pictures have the same theme and — like the ‘corners’ of Willem de Rooij — all combined form a coherent and strong visual statement. These images may tell a story about the history of (parts of) the building, but it’s also possible to use a more conceptual approach by photographing — for example — the same theme at different times of the day or in different conditions. This way you could use time as a defining element. Along with the 18 images you will write 18 small captions. By labeling the spaces you place them in a different context. Next to the technical description, like in an art catalogue, you will add a personal note to appropriate them, to make them your own.


Assignment 2. Graphic Design: mapping, route and brochure Draw a floor plan with the 18 locations you have chosen and design the routing. This routing doesn’t necessarily have to be the most practical: make it an interesting choreography and write an instruction on how to use it. The labeling in the floor plan can be ‘a,b,c’ etc. (like the 18 corners floorplan), but it can also be more in line with your concept. reference: http://timhollander.com/visiting-the-mous-2015 Design a brochure with the photographs, the captions, and the map with the routing and instructions. This could be a booklet or folder. Name your project: ‘Route along 18 … (Royal Academy of Art, The Haque … 2016)’ reference: see attached examples of brochure ‘Route along 18 Corners’

Implementation 1. During the photography class you will make 18 photographs and write appended captions. 2. During the graphic design class you will design the brochure with the 18 photographs including captions and the map with a routing and instruction. Combined book as a group exposition: 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 May 27 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 May 27: 1. The final 18 photos in highres. (ca. A4 300 dpi) with the captions in a text file 2. Your map(s) and route as a highres. pdf file (or jpg/tiff A4, 1200 dpi) and the instruction as a text file. IMPORTANT: We need all the individual elements, not a pdf of your entire brochure. Delivery on June 3: Your brochure and presentation for the collective review. Bring with you the first lesson April 1: 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. Also choose a word or sentence that emphasizes this. Important: sketch as much as possible, we will discuss your sketches every lesson. Planning Friday April 1: Friday April 8: Friday April 15: Friday April 22: Friday April 29: Friday May 6: Friday May 13: Friday May 20: Friday May 27: Friday June 3:

First lesson we will introduce the assignment and don’t forget as described above: ‘Bring with you the first lesson April 1’ Discussing the concepts, based on your sketches and notes. Fine-tune the concepts, based on your (photographic and graphic) sketches and notes Elaboration of the sketches and notes into a final concept, discussing the photographs you have shot so far Discussing the elaborate sketches in photography and typography. (No lessons: use this week effectively!) First review final photographs and designed maps and brochure Last detailing and finishing all the pages for the book Collecting the definitive material and uploading to lulu.com Final lesson, individual review


Assignment

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Assignment — Some references (to google)

Willem de Rooij, Bouquet VII, 2010, installation (representation / curating)

Stanley Brouwn, This Way Brown, 1964 (routing)

Joseph Kosuth, One and Three Chairs, 1965 (representation / appropriation)

Pierre Huyghe, Timekeeper, 1999 (mapping)

Martin Creed, Work No. 850, 2008 (performance / choreography / routing)

Tim Hollander, Visiting the MoUS, 2015 (mapping / choreography / narrative)

Nekdo Solakov, High Level Margins, 2010 (labeling / narrative / appropriation)


Assignment — Some references (to google)

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Tino Sehgal, A Year at the Stedelijk Museum, 2015 (performance / choreography)

http://realtime.waag.org, GPS mental map (mapping / outing)

Bernd and Hilla Becher, Anonyme Skulpturen, 1970 (mapping / curating)

Ed Ruscha, Twentysix Gasoline Stations, 1963 (mapping)

Hans Peter Feldmann, 11 Bilder, 1969 (mapping / curating)

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Work/Travail/Arbeid, Wiels 2015 (performance / choreography / mapping)

Bruce Nauman, Body Pressure, 1974 (performance / narrative)

Gerhard Richter, Atlas, 1962-2013 (mapping)


Introduction [Friday April 1] Willem de Rooij and some/many references


Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: ordering/curating/labeling Bernd and Hilla Becher

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Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: ordering/curating/labeling Bernd and Hilla Becher / Lewis Baltz


Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: ordering/curating/labeling Lewis Baltz

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Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: ordering/curating/labeling Lewis Baltz / Thomas Struth


Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: ordering/curating/labeling Thomas Struth / Gerhard Richter / Ed Ruscha

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Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: ordering/curating/labeling Ed Ruscha / Hans Peter Feldmann


Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: ordering/curating/labeling Hans Peter Feldmann

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Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: ordering/curating/labeling Sol Lewitt


Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: representation/appropiration Plato’s Cave / Joseph Kosuth, One and Three Chairs

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Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: representation/appropiration/labeling/narrative Joseph Kosuth / Hreinn Fridfinnsson / Nedko Solakov


Introduction [Friday April 1] Photography: labeling/narrative Nedko Solakov / Simon Patterson

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Introduction [Friday April 1] Graphic Design: routing/mapping Nedko Solakov / Stanley Brouwn, this way brouwn


Introduction [Friday April 1] 024 025 Graphic Design: routing/mapping On Kawara / Stephen Willats / Marcel Duchamp / Pierre Huyghe


Introduction [Friday April 1] Graphic Design: routing/mapping/instruction Richard Long / Tim Hollander


Introduction [Friday April 1] Graphic Design: routing/mapping/instruction Tim Hollander / Bruce Nauman / Martin Creed

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Introduction [Friday April 1] Graphic Design: instruction/performance/choreography Martin Creed / Anne Teresa De Keersmaekers


Introduction [Friday April 1] 028 029 Graphic Design: instruction/performance/choreography Anne Teresa De Keersmaekers / Simone Forti / Tino Sehgal


Introduction [Friday April 1] Graphic Design: instruction/performance/choreography Tino Sehgal / Pierre Huyghe / Willem de Rooij


Students


Students 1A — 11 Routes Mila Baumann Iris Bossen Sarah Bovelett (DE) Isa van Gemeren Rowan de Graaf Vera Loefs Merel Pals Maja Pop Trajkova Naomi Rossignol (FR) Thy Tran Minh (VN) Xénia Weulersse (FR) 1B — 16 Routes Clementine Boucher (FR) Gina van Dooren Maple He (CN) Agathe de Klerk (FR) Aaron Kopp (AT) Kalina Lambreva (BG) Mindy Li (CN) Agathe Lunel (FR) Marieke Neijmeijer Cristina Palicari (RO) Sasha Pirazhenka (RU) Erik van Schaften Tijs Struijk Luca Tibussek (DE) Stan Weessies Steven van Wijk

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1A — 11 Routes Mila Baumann Iris Bossen Sarah Bovelett (DE) Isa van Gemeren Rowan de Graaf Vera Loefs Merel Pals Maja Pop Trajkova Naomi Rossignol (FR) Thy Tran Minh (VN) Xénia Weulersse (FR)


Mila Baumann

My step is slow / the snow’s my breath, I give the ground / a grinding death. My marching / makes an end of me, slain by sun / or drowned in sea.

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At night they come without being fetched, by day they are lost without being stolen.

CV1B

A box without hinges, key, or lid, yet golden treasure inside is hid.

CV2B

Route along 18 Heating Tubes

Dipping, glinting, gliding by, rainbow-fretted, wrought of breath. I live only while I fly – Earth’s rough kiss my sudden death.

I am fire-fretted / and I flirt with Wind, my limbs are light-freighted / I am lapped in flame. I am storm-stacked / and I strain to fly, I’m a grove leaf-bearing / and a glowing coal.

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CV0C

There was a green house. Inside the green house there was a white house. Inside the white house there was a red house. Inside the red house there were lots of babies.

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Voiceless it cries, wingless flutters, toothless bites, mouthless mutters.

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This thing all things devours, birds, beasts, trees, flowers, gnaws iron, bites steel, grinds hard stones to meal, slays king, ruins town, and beats mountain down.

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What has roots as nobody sees, is taller than trees, up, up it goes, and yet never grows?

Thirty white horses on a red hill: first they champ, then they stamp, then they stand still.

CV1,5E

What is that wonder I saw outside before the Doors of Day? White they whirl, strike stone, and bury themselves black in the sand.

CV1G

I saw a being in wondrous wise hold its plunder between its horns, a vessel of light, of shining beauty, bringing it home, a spoil of battle. Then a wondrous being came over the roof, known to all children of mortal men, recovered the spoil and then brought back the unwilling exile. Westward it went, hurrying home after the battle.

CV0F

No-legs lay on one-leg, two-legs sat near on three-legs, four legs got some.

CV1F

CV1H

Four dilly-dandies, four stick standies, two crookers, two lookers, and a wig wag.

Silent is my dress when I step across the earth, reside in my house, or ruffle the waters. Sometimes my adornments and this high windy air lift me over the livings of men, the power of the clouds carries me over all people. My white pinions resound very loudly, ring with a melody, sing out clearly, when I sleep not on the soil or settle on grey waters‌ a traveling spirit.

CV2I

Tear one off and scratch my head, what was red is black instead.

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Large as a mountain, small as a pea, endlessly swimming in a waterless sea.

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Mila Baumann

Route along 18 Heating Tubes

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Iris Bossen

Route along 18 Holes

01. KILLED / HIT

13. MARK / DELETE

04. FRAME / MASS

02. INTUITIVE / LOGIC

14. TURN / STAY

05. SPACE / TERRITORY

09. EXPECTATION / DOU

03. MOVEMENT / EMPTYNESS

10. CREATE / DAMAGE

11. REMOVE / BUILD

06. INTRIGUING / UNSEEN

07. INFINITE / BLIND

08. HOLLOW / GRASP


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15. ASSUMPTION / KNOWLEDGE

/ STAY

05. SPACE / TERRITORY

16. FLAWED / ADMIRERS

09. EXPECTATION / DOUBT

17. FOCUS / PERSPECTIVE

10. CREATE / DAMAGE

11. REMOVE / BUILD

18. AGAINST / DEPT

W / GRASP

12. CONTINUOUS / COMPLETE


Iris Bossen

Route along 18 Holes

KILLED / HIT INTUITIVE / LOGIC MOVEMENT / EMPTYNESS FRAME / MASS SPACE / TERRITORY INTRIGUING / UNSEEN INFINITE / BLIND HOLLOW / GRASP EXPECTATION / DOUBT CREATE / DAMAGE REMOVE / BUILD CONTINUOUS / COMPLETE MARK / DELETE TURN / STAY ASSUMPTION / KNOWLEDGE FLAWED / ADMIRERS FOCUS / PERSPECTIVE AGAINST / DEPT

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Sarah Bovelett (DE)

Route along 18 Treads

12/20(1): Treppenraum

12/29(1): From cellar to the attic

14/27(1): Scampered

15/26(1): Great curvature

17/27(1): Interdependency

2/26(1): Schizophrenic double existence

20/27(1): Beyond the visible

21/24(1): Traces of social rank

21/26(1): We saw and we measured

23/27(1): Queen of Architecture

3/20(1): Practically nothing

33/27(2): In pain

3/14(1): Softer transition into the inclination

5/29(1): Palimpses of observation

6/26(1): Analytic depth


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5/29(1): Palimpses of observation

6/26(1): Analytic depth

7/27(1): Compiled

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8/14(1): Created but not publicized


Sarah Bovelett (DE)

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Isa van Gemeren

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ISA VAN GEMEREN PHOTOGRAPHY & GRAPHIC DESIGN IAFD1 03-06-2016

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(a) Dorma is a German company that produces door technology systems.

(b) It was first founded by Rudolf Mankel and his brother-in-law, Wilhelm Dörken, as the Dörken & Mankel KG in Ennepetal, Germany, on July 1, 1908.

(c) Then, in 1936, Wilhelm Dörken left Dörken & Mankel KG and Rudolf Mankel set about running the company as its sole proprietor.

(d) The next year in The Hague, on the site of the Neo Classical „temple“ building of the Hague Academy, a new academy building was completed - designed by J.H. Plantenga, J.W.E. Buijs and J.B. Lürsen

(e) In this period, while Plantenga was principal of the Academy, the school changed into a modern institute in which design has a clear position.

(f) The same year, fire protective glass doors produced by Dorma were installed in the new academy building.


(f) The same year, fire protective glass doors produced by Dorma were installed in the new academy building.

(g) For the completion of this task 17 workers were employed.

(h) The door installation took 7 working days, for which period 737g. of screws were used.

(i) No one knows where the screws came from.

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16C. No one can tell what goes on in between the person you were and the person you become. No one can chart that blue and lonely section of hell. There are no maps of the change. You just come out the other side. Or you don’t. - Anonymous

17C. I love you. So much. I just don’t like you anymore. – One Day (2011)

18C. The present moment is the only moment available to us and it is the door to all other moment. – Thich Nhat Hanh

6B. Sadness gives depth. Happiness give height. Sadness gives roots. Happiness gives branches. Happiness is like the tree going into the sky, and sadness is like the roots going down into the womb of the earth. Both are needed. – Osho (Everyday Osho: 365 Daily Meditations for the Here and Now)

7B. There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of people you love. When you learn to tap this source, you will truly have defeated age. – Sophia Loren

8B. Madrugada (n.) (mɐ.ðɾu.ˈya.ðɐ) The period between midnight and sunrise; early morning. - Portuguese

1A. For most of my life I ran desperately for the reflection that said I was “different” toward which ever reflection called me “special”. I felt that I existed somewhere between tragically flawed and full of potential. – Kelsey Rae Hartzell (The Trap of Living by Someone Else’s Definitions)

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Thy Tran Minh (VN)

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The buzz. The city light. Wheels roaming around. The mess. The noise. Strangers passing by. This is a wild world. We need comford zones. - Anne Icaro


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XĂŠnia Weulersse (FR)

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XĂŠnia Weulersse (FR)

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When you face the 1st floor lockers, you turn left, right, take the stairs down, cross the mirror bridge. Take the stairs up turn left. You have the lockers straight in front of you.

When you face the 1st floor lockers, you turn left, right, take the stairs down, cross the mirror bridge. You go straight, take the stairs down in the basement. Turn 2 times left. The lockers are on your left.

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1B — 16 Routes Clementine Boucher (FR) Gina van Dooren Maple He (CN) Agathe de Klerk (FR) Aaron Kopp (AT) Kalina Lambreva (BG) Mindy Li (CN) Agathe Lunel (FR) Marieke Neijmeijer Cristina Palicari (RO) Sasha Pirazhenka (RU) Erik van Schaften Tijs Struijk Luca Tibussek (DE) Stan Weessies Steven van Wijk


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You have the choice of two different routines. You can follow the time or follow the lines. Make your own links and create your own world.

This map is an invitation to an enjoyable journey. I based my routine on the everyday shadows cycle I observed in the classroom. Thought those shadows I imagined the whole world…

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Agathe de Klerk (FR)

Route along 18 Mindfull Cracks


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Agathe de Klerk (FR)

Route along 18 Mindfull Cracks


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Aaron Kopp (AT)

Route along 18 Sinkholes [Waiting Rooms]

sen, Anonymous, Briton Riviere, Claude Monet, John Atkinson Grimshaw, Vincent Van Gogh, Alfred George Stevens, Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze, Carel Fabritius, Johann Baptist Hofner, Richard Willis, Briton Riviere.

18 Path In The Wheat At Pourville

17 Madonna And Child

16 Detroit Industry North Wall

15 Christmas Eve

12 Sympathy

11 Christ Walking On The Sea Of Galilee

10 The Shortening Winters Day Is Near A Close

9 A Pathway In Monets Garden Giverny

6 The Bath

5 Washington Crossing The Delaware River

4 The Goldfinch

3 The Shepherdess

Detroit Industry North Wall

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14 Silent Night

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The Shortening Winters Day Is Near A Close

9 A Pathway In Monets Garden Giverny

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Route along 18 Sinkholes [Waiting Rooms]

era, Viggo Johansen, Anonymous, Briton Riviere, Claude Monet, John Atkinson Grimshaw, Vincent Van Gogh, Alfred George Ste


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Kalina Lambreva (BG)

Route along 18 Auras


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Kalina Lambreva (BG)

Route along 18 Auras


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Mindy Li (CN)

1. Grown

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Route along 18 Paintings

2. Excepted

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106 107 5. Twisted

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Mindy Li (CN)

Route along 18 Paintings

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Agathe Lunel (FR)

Route along 18 Landscapes

PD.202 Vera

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Agathe Lunel (FR)

Route along 18 Landscapes

Route along 18 landscapes


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Marieke Neijmeijer

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Cristina Palicari (RO)

Route along 18 unnoticed stories of people you see as uninteresting and to whom you, as well, are uninteresting, thus they will never notice your story.

Saturday night night Saturday Saturday night

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Here is where I threw away my sun-burnt skin, Here where I threw away my sun-burnt skin, in lateisAugust in late August last summer. last summer.


Cristina Palicari (RO)

Route along 18 unnoticed stories of people you see as uninteresting and to whom you, as well, are uninteresting, thus they will never notice your story.

First Floor

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tears

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This is a book in which you will find 18 different stories and 18 pieces of a map. You start with some tears and end with a smile. For the rest of it - feel free to fly. Let’s just say you will find pieces of yourself lost somewhere along the way.

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denials

Christmas decoration

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Sasha Pirazhenka (RU)

Route along 18 Qualities

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Sasha Pirazhenka (RU)

Route along 18 Qualities

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Tijs Struijk KELDER KELDER

Route along 18 Attempts

BEGANE GROND BEGANE GROND

AGRUIMTE OPSLAGRUIMTE WERKSTUKKEN WERKSTUKKEN

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Tijs Struijk

Na binnenkomst van de school ga je 8 stappen rechtdoor dan sla je links af en loop je vervolgens 15 stappen, sla links af, loop 19 stappen en ga dan de 4 treden op loop 9 stappen schuin naar rechts en ga de trap af naar de kelder sla beneden direct links af en loop 29 stappen richting de opslag plekken, aan je linkerhand bevind zich nu PA.K02, Draai je om en loop weer terug tot de trap. ga de trap op en loop 4 stappen rechtdoor, ga hier links, loop ROUTE ALONG 18 ATTEMPTS 69 stappen tot je bij de trap komt ga hier de 14 treden af en ga 36 stappen rechtdoor, ga rechts en direct links bevind zich BA.013. Draai je om en loop 20 stappen naar rechts, aan je linkerhand bevind zich nu BA.020. Loop nu 6 stappen rechtdoor en ga dan 10 stappen naar rechts, loop hier de trap op, ga hier naar links en loop 25 stappen rechtdoor, aan je rechter hand bevind zich nu BB.102. Keer je om en loop die 25 stappen terug, ga hier rechtsaf en loop 15 stappen, nu sta je rechtvoor BB.105. Keer je om en loop weer 15 stappen terug, ga nu links en ga 5 stappen naar rechts, aan je rechter hand is nu lokaal BB.111 aan je linker is BB.112. Loop 7 stappen rechtdoor en ga naar links, zet 10 stappen en ga door de deur naar rechts, loop naar de volgende deur en ga dan links loop 6 stappen BC.102 bevind zich nu aan je linkerhand. Loop 27 stappen rechtdoor en ga de brug over loop dan 68 stappen rechtdoor en ga links af tot het einde van de gang, ga links en gelijk rechts door de deur loop 15 stappen en ga rechts door de blauwe duer, aan je rechterhand is nu PB.105, keer je om en loop 5 stappen terug, aan je linkerhand is nu PB.111. Loop 6 stappen rechtdoor en ga links af tot het eind van de gang en ga gelijk links en direct weer rechts loop 31 stappen rechtdoor, aan je linkerhand bevind zich nu PB.119. Loop 27 stappen, ga 3 treden op en loop 2 stappen, je staat nu recht voor PB.125. Keer je om ga de 3 treden af en ga naar links, tot het einde, loop de brug over, ga rechtdoor tot het einde van de gang, ga dan rechts, zet 10 stappen en ga dan door de deur, loop 7 stappen en ga dan links af de trap op, ga boven naar rechts en gelijk naar links, zet 10 stappen en ga naar links loop om de lift schacht en loop 9 stappen rechtdoor, rechts is nu BB.212. Keer je om en zet 9 stappen, ga naar rechts, zet 25 stappen, je staat nu rechtsvoor BB.125. Ga naar rechts en ga de trap af, ga dan naar links en zet 15 stappen, ga dan naar rechts en loop 20 stappen, ga rechtsaf de 4 treden af en ga dan aan je linkerhand de trap op aan je linkerhand bevinden zich nu BB.227, BB.229 en BB.231. Ga terug de trap af en de 4 treden op, ga nu links en direct rechts, zet 10 stappen en ga door de deur kruis de kamer en loop de gang uit tot de brug, ga de brug over, loop de gang uit, ga naar links en loop heel de gang uit ga naar links de trap op, ga 6 stappen naar rechts en dan links door de deur, loop nu 14 stappen rechtdoor, aan je rechterhand bevind zich nu PB.301. Keer je om en loop die zelfde 14 stappen terug, ga naar links en zet 3 stappen loop dan de gang uit ga rechtsaf en loop de 4 aluminium treden op en loop de gang uit, ga rechts en zet 18 stappen, aan je rechterhand bevind zich PD.210.

Route along 18 Attempts

KELDER BEGANE GROND EERSTE ETAGE TWEEDE ETAGE


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Luca Tibussek (DE)

Route along 18 Journeys

LUCA IBUSSEK TIBUSSEK UCA BUSSEK TIBUSSEK

HOMELESS HOMELESS HOMELESS HOMELESS HOMELESS HOMELESS

KISS KISS

KISS KISS KISS KISS

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LOST LOST LOSTLOST LOST LOST

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RIPPEDOFF OFF RIPPED RIPPED OFF OFF OFF RIPPED RIPPED RIPPED OFF

CLOSING CLOSING CLOSING CLOSING CLOSING CLOSING

WASTING WASTING WASTING WASTING WASTING WASTING

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OVERCOME OVERCOME OVE OVER


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CLOSING SING CLOSING SING

WASTING STING WASTING STING

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REARRANGE REARRANGE REARRANGE REARRANGE REARRANGE REARRANGE

INCOHERANCE INCOHERANCE INCOHERANCE INCOHERANCE INCOHERANCE INCOHERANCE

OVERCOME OVERCOME OVERCOME OVERCOME OVERCOME OVERCOME

FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

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BEHIND BEHIND BEHIND BEHIND BEHIND BEHIND

DECAYDECAY DECAY DECAY DECAY DECAY


Luca Tibussek (DE)

Route along 18 Journeys

A HOMELESS BOY CAN BE FOUND IN HERE

THE MIRACLE OF FRIENDSHIPS

LOST IN TIME ( you disappear )

MEETING SOULMATES ( kissing lips )

GETTING RIPPED OFF ( more than once )

WASTING PRESCIOUS TIME ( while having good trips )

REARRANGE YOURSELF ( and dance ) FEELING FREE ( remember ) BREAKTHROUGH ( feeling better )

THE MOMENT OF YOUR FIRST KISS

OVERCOME THE DISTANCE

DIVING IN ( that little myth )

DON’T SLEEP ( show resistance )

CLOSING DOORS ( third, fourth, fifth )

DECAY ( into the distance )

SWIMMING IN A SEA OF INCOHERANCE BREAKING BORDERS ( fix appearance ) LEAVING STUFF BEHIND ( to achieve total clearance )


DECAY ( into the distance )

DON’T SLEEP ( show resistance )

OVERCOME THE DISTANCE

WASTING PRESCIOUS TIME ( while having good trips )

MEETING SOULMATES ( kissing lips )

THE MIRACLE OF FRIENDSHIPS

LEAVING STUFF BEHIND ( to achieve total clearance )

BREAKING BORDERS ( fix appearance )

SWIMMING IN A SEA OF INCOHERANCE

CLOSING DOORS ( third, fourth, fifth )

DIVING IN ( that little myth )

THE MOMENT OF YOUR FIRST KISS

BREAKTHROUGH ( feeling better )

FEELING FREE ( remember )

REARRANGE YOURSELF ( and dance )

GETTING RIPPED OFF ( more than once )

LOST IN TIME ( you disappear )

A HOMELESS BOY CAN BE FOUND IN HERE

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Hungarian Parliament Building, Budapest Tempelhof Airport, Berlin Reich Aviation Ministry, Berlin Propaganda Ministry, Berlin Zeppelinfeld Stadium, Nuremberg Prora, Rügen The Reich Chancellery, Berlin The Red Army Theatre, Moscow Lomonosov State University, Moscow The House of Press, Bucharest Academy of Sciences, Latvia Trellick Tower, London Tashkent’s Hotel, Uzbekistan City Court Building, Buffalo Hubert H. Humphrey Building, Washington The Pyramid of Tirana, Albania The People’s Palace, Bucharest Ryugyong Hotel, North Korea

Route along 18 Sides of Melancholia


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A. A. A. A. A. A.

Hungarian Hungarian Hungarian Hungarian Hungarian Hungarian

Parliament Parliament Parliament Parliament Parliament Parliament

B. B. B. B. B. B.

Tempelhof Tempelhof Tempelhof Tempelhof Tempelhof Tempelhof

D. D. D. D. D. D.

Propaganda Propaganda Propaganda Propaganda Propaganda Propaganda

E. E. E. E. E. E.

Zeppelinfeld Zeppelinfeld Zeppelinfeld Zeppelinfeld Zeppelinfeld Zeppelinfeld

Stadium, Stadium, Stadium, Stadium, Stadium, Stadium,

G. G. G. G. G. G.

The The The The The The

Reich Reich Reich Reich Reich Reich

Chancellery, Chancellery, Chancellery, Chancellery, Chancellery, Chancellery,

Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin

H. H. H. H. H. H.

The The The The The The

Theatre, Theatre, Theatre, Theatre, Theatre, Theatre,

J. J. J. J. J. J.

The The The The The The

House House House House House House

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Bucharest Bucharest Bucharest Bucharest Bucharest Bucharest

K. K. K. K. K. K.

Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy

M. M. M. M. M. M.

Tashkent´s Tashkent´s Tashkent´s Tashkent´s Tashkent´s Tashkent´s

N. N. N. N. N. N.

City City City City City City

P. P. P. P. P. P.

The The The The The The

Q. Q. Q. Q. Q. Q.

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Ministry, Ministry, Ministry, Ministry, Ministry, Ministry,

Building, Building, Building, Building, Building, Building,

Press, Press, Press, Press, Press, Press,

Pyramid Pyramid Pyramid Pyramid Pyramid Pyramid

Hotel, Hotel, Hotel, Hotel, Hotel, Hotel,

of of of of of of

Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin

Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Uzbekistan

Tirana, Tirana, Tirana, Tirana, Tirana, Tirana,

Albania Albania Albania Albania Albania Albania

Budapest Budapest Budapest Budapest Budapest Budapest

Red Red Red Red Red Red

Airport, Airport, Airport, Airport, Airport, Airport,

Army Army Army Army Army Army

Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin

C. C. C. C. C. C.

Reich Reich Reich Reich Reich Reich

Aviation Aviation Aviation Aviation Aviation Aviation

Nuremberg Nuremberg Nuremberg Nuremberg Nuremberg Nuremberg

F. F. F. F. F. F.

Prora, Prora, Prora, Prora, Prora, Prora,

Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow

I. I. I. I. I. I.

Lomonosov Lomonosov Lomonosov Lomonosov Lomonosov Lomonosov

Sciences, Sciences, Sciences, Sciences, Sciences, Sciences,

Latvia Latvia Latvia Latvia Latvia Latvia

L. L. L. L. L. L.

Trellick Trellick Trellick Trellick Trellick Trellick

Court Court Court Court Court Court

Building, Building, Building, Building, Building, Building,

Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo

O. O. O. O. O. O.

Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert

Bucharest Bucharest Bucharest Bucharest Bucharest Bucharest

R. R. R. R. R. R.

Ryugyong Ryugyong Ryugyong Ryugyong Ryugyong Ryugyong

Palace, Palace, Palace, Palace, Palace, Palace,

Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin

Rügen Rügen Rügen Rügen Rügen Rügen

of of of of of of

People´s People´s People´s People´s People´s People´s

Ministry, Ministry, Ministry, Ministry, Ministry, Ministry,

H. H. H. H. H. H.

State State State State State State

Tower, Tower, Tower, Tower, Tower, Tower,

University, University, University, University, University, University,

London London London London London London

Humphrey Humphrey Humphrey Humphrey Humphrey Humphrey

Hotel, Hotel, Hotel, Hotel, Hotel, Hotel,

Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow

Building, Building, Building, Building, Building, Building,

North North North North North North

Korea Korea Korea Korea Korea Korea

Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington


Stan Weessies

Route along 18 Sides of Melancholia

1939

G

B 1927

H

A

1

1949

I

J 1953

1904

1940

1961

K

1

1972

L

M

1974

1974


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Walk through history Experience the melancholia by walking from old to new and from Stalinism to Brutalism.

B 1927

1933 C

F 1936 2013

R

1997

1933

A 1904

D

Q

E 1935

1988

M

1974

1974

N

O

1977

P


Steven van Wijk

Trump 1.88

Trump 1.88

Trump 1.88 Obama 1.85

Mohammed 1.80

Mohammed 1.80

Mohammed 1.80 Reynolds 1.80

Roosevelt 1.78

Roosevelt 1.78

Roosevelt Hitler 1.75 1.78

Route along 18 Egos

Obama 1.85

Obama 1.85

Lagarde 1.83

Lagarde 1.83

Lagarde 1.83

Reynolds 1.80

Reynolds 1.80

Mao 1.80

Mao 1.80

Mao 1.80

Hitler 1.75

Hitler 1.75

The Great 1.70

The Great 1.70

The Great 1.70


Follow the ego’s with the pictures order and Be confronted with their position in our mortuarium. The EGO’s: Trump Cleopatra Mohammed Lagarde The Great Stalin Reynolds Rockefeller Bush Mao Mussolini Freeman Obama Roosevelt Kennedy Churchill Hitler Rotschield

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Steven van Wijk

Route along 18 Egos


144 145

Kennedy 1.83

Kennedy 1.83

Kennedy 1.83

Cleopatra 1.82

Cleopatra 1.82

Bush Cleopatra 1.82 1.82

Bush 1.82

Bush 1.82

Rothschild 1.80

Rothschild 1.80

Rothschild 1.80

Freeman 1.80

Freeman 1.80

Rockefeller Freeman 1.80 1.80

Rockefeller 1.80

Rockefeller 1.80

Mussolini 1.69

Mussolini 1.69

Mussolini 1.69

Churchill 1.67

Churchill 1.67

Stalin Churchill 1.63 1.67

Stalin 1.63

Stalin 1.63


Colophon GROUP 1A & 1B IN 27 ROUTES Interior Architecture and Furniture Design KABK 2016 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 Mila Baumann Iris Bossen Sarah Bovelett (DE) Isa van Gemeren Rowan de Graaf Vera Loefs Merel Pals Maja Pop Trajkova Naomi Rossignol (FR) Thy Tran Minh (VN) Xénia Weulersse (FR) 1B Clementine Boucher (FR) Gina van Dooren Maple He (CN) Agathe de Klerk (FR) Aaron Kopp (AT) Kalina Lambreva (BG) Mindy Li (CN) Agathe Lunel (FR) Marieke Neijmeijer Cristina Palicari (RO) Sasha Pirazhenka (RU) Erik van Schaften Tijs Struijk Luca Tibussek (DE) Stan Weessies Steven van Wijk http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/vedute http://issuu.com/michaelsnitker April–June 2016


Eat more fruit and vegetables!


Route along 18 Heating Tubes Route along 18 Holes Route along 18 Treads Route along 18 Fixations Route along 18 Ideals Route along 18 Pipes Route along 18 Private Manners Route along 18 Pairs of screw directions Route along 18 Dancing Threads Route along 18 Inbetweens Route along 18 Lockers Route along 18 Elusive Links Route along 18 Lonely Armrests Route along 18 Entrances Route along 18 Mindfull Cracks Route along 18 Sinkholes [Waiting Rooms] Route along 18 Auras Route along 18 Paintings Route along 18 Landscapes Route along 18 Windows Route along 18 unnoticed stories of people you see as uninteresting and to whom you, as well, are uninteresting, thus they will never notice your story.

Route along 18 Qualities Route along 18° Route along 18 Attempts Route along 18 Journeys Route along 18 Sides of Melancholia Route along 18 Egos

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TAKING PLACE  

GROUP 1A & 1B IN 27 ROUTES Interior Architecture and Furniture Design KABK 2016 Lecture: Photography / Graphic Design Term: Year 1, semeste...

TAKING PLACE  

GROUP 1A & 1B IN 27 ROUTES Interior Architecture and Furniture Design KABK 2016 Lecture: Photography / Graphic Design Term: Year 1, semeste...

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