Huibert Jan van der Fange

I can never forget you (2016). The installation is part of the exhibition - Eye See Sound. It explores the relation between image and sound. The title of the work is taken from the album Dirty by Sonic Youth. It is the first appearing lyric on the cd.

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In 2013 music festival Le Guess Who? got its very own effects pedal. It was used to create all the festivals communications. Fans and artists were invited to experiment with the pedal, both online and offline.

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Is the new (2008). A series of five posters throughout the city. The aim is to make people think about the constant renewal of our surroundings.

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Passing Time (2015). Thought up and created while on the road. 50 trucks were photographed at the exact moment of passing. Transforming repetition and monotony into a playful work.

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Wish You Were Here (2012). The work is part of a group exhibition and publication. It investigates holiday greetings once sent home by unknown vacationers.

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Contribution to open studios (2015). The plaque quotes a WhatsApp group message and is exemplary for common studio life. The fleeting message is highlighted and made permanent.

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Great and less great images of the world wide web collected by chance dot com (2015). This completely automated Tumblr blog investigates the gazillion images of the internet in an objective way. A script searches Google Images and post random results. In a way the blog curates its own content.

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Newfound spreads (2008-2010) is collection of spreads found in newspapers. These images are printed on the same piece of paper but become hidden when the newspaper is stapled. The newfound images invite the viewer to make up a new meaning.

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Dolly/Rogers (2013). A soundtrack created for communications agency Dolly Rogers. Two halves of two different albums are glued together. Half Dolly Parton, half Kenny Rogers. Creating a new unique sound.

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1.29 till deadline (2010). A musical composition for the office organ at communications agency KesselsKramer. The piece can be played exactly 1 minute and 29 seconds before a deadline. Based on the famous charge stadium theme.

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Google Diptychs is a collection of images found on Google Images. Sometimes new images emerge when two search results are placed next to each other by Google’s algorithms.

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About

This is a selection of off-duty ideas and observations by Huibert Jan van der Fange - a creative based in Amsterdam. The works are investigations of everyday life and question habits, culture and communication in a playful and humorous way. For further scrolling visit Instagram

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