2021 Overgaden's 360° identity and design w/ fanfare:
2021 Echobox's design and identity:
2021 On invitation from The Palace of Typographic Masonry, fanfare represents the Playground of the In-Between. This playground creates space for chatting, gossiping, and sharing. Based on questions given to all contributors of The Palace of Typographic Masonry, the Playground of the in-between presents a soundscape and set of jingles and 14 vocal advertisements that hijack and play a part in the official museum audio tour. Designed and developed by fanfare, sound made together w/ Fabian Reichle.
2020 Het Nieuwe Instituut In search of the Pluriverse identity and web cover design:
2019 VPN (Virtual PUB Network) explores the possibilities of autonomous infrastructures by building a zone of trust and situated knowledge. It stands in opposition to the platformization of institutions: as both a form of ontological anarchism and a temporary consensus zone based on unexpected alliances. By building a local network and designing its architecture, VPN aims to link all the distributed locations and generate in-between spaces:
b) VPN creates an interface that allows visitors to engage with each stage of the communication system, thereby revealing the physical processes that underpin the virtual space. Through pings, packets and trace-routes; through the invisible, the scalable, flexible and malleable: the VPN PUB network lays bare its strengths and weaknesses, its traffic and its interferences, making the invisible visible.
c) VPN infrastructure composed of four nodes installed physically at different locations: the Fred. Roeskestraat, the Spijkerkade, the Looiersgracht and LAG. A fifth nomadic node was also visible in different locations.
d) VPN node at Fred. Roeskestraat.
2019 Selected venues PUB:
2018 fanfare inc. — Chapter 2: Tools catalogue presented at It's a Book(DE), Libros Mutantes(SP), Alt CPH(DK) and Manifesta(IT). An ongoing investigation into the current conditions of nomadic design labour. The different chapters aimed to reflect on new nomadic work practices through the lens of corporate culture. Each part of the research explores several points of view, drawing on interviews as well as both visual and written contributions.
2018 PUB is a trans-department platform initiated by students of the Sandberg Instituut to structure and establish a publishing practice within their school. While investigating the publishing possibilities in the context of an artistic master program, PUB is a hub to identify interdisciplinary connections and accelerate collaborations amongst students and third parties. Currently, PUB’s output includes Radio, TV, Type Lab, Journal, and publishing sessions.
2016—2021Identity and web design for Station to Station, an online magazine of DutchCulture/TransArtist.