A Photographic Record

Photographs by Carel van Hees.
Paradox, Edam, In English, 2001. In Netherlands. 288 pp., numerous duotone illustrations, 9¼x12¾".

Publisher's Description
Powerlessness, vitality, love, aggression, expression...>Play is about what it is like to be young, anywhere and in all eras. For three years the Rotterdam photographer Carel van Hees turned his camera on the youth of Rotterdam. He focused on their character, their aura and energy. His intense black and white photography is rooted in the strong Dutch documentary tradition of human interest photography. In >Play, van Hees fulfilled his long-cherished wish to combine photography with other media. For example, starting from van Hees' images and the characters in them, programme producer Ingrid Smits made a series of broadcasts for Radio Rihnmond. The interviews were combined by audio artist Leo Anamaet with a large number of sounds van Hees collected, such as the thud of pile-drivers, passing trams and the ubiquitous mobile telephones. These urban noises were supplemented with rap and music made for >Play by a group that came together especially for the project, comprised of deejay/composer Mike Redman, composer Budy Mokoginta and trumpeter Eric Vloeimans. The audio was recorded on a CD which is an inseparable component of the 288 page book. Only the cover of this book has text material; inside only the track numbers that refer to the CD are to be found.

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