Fabian Reichle (*1991, Germany) is a multidisciplinary artist, musician and an organiser of events based in Amsterdam. He studied music and journalism at the University of Music Karlsruhe and graduated with a master's degree in fine arts and design from Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam in 2019.
At Sandberg Instituut Reichle was part of a temporary program called The Radical Cut-Up, a program conducted by Lukas Feireiss devoted to researching what it means to live in a world where "copying", "stealing" and "sampling" are common practice and the cut-up could be considered a contemporary mode of creativity. In a time where information is globally accessible to everyone at any time via media, smartphones and computers, Reichle developed a sincere interest in imitation.
In order to trace back how his idols thought, he dove into the processes of making art, and remade several works to get closer to his idols (Jiri Kovanda, Martha Rosler, Rebecca Horn, Pope L, John Baldessari, Bruce Nauman, ...).
These past few years Reichle has been busy performing, composing music for radio jingles (RadioEE, Pub Radio, Verband Binationaler Familien) and collaborating with other artists on sound related questions (Aram Lee, Elia Castino, Juliette Lizotte, fanfare).
Reichle is currently working on BLUES (working title), a diary in form of a diaposon including photographs collected over a period of two years.
This website is currently under construction. For enquiries contact the artist via e-mail.