‘Object-Oriented Identity: Cultural belongings from our recent past’ is a journey through objects and identities. Through curiosity, it helps discover the unforeseeable directions in our product-oriented society, where one is no longer the sum of their actions, but the sum of their own objects.
Sourced, designed, and manufactured in the Netherlands, degraded no soil, used no pesticides, polluted no water, 100% biodegradable with a carbon footprint close to zero.
Human hair has been used to create a series of scented objects. A globally available, organic, and lipophilic material, human hair repels water but actively absorbs oils. This characteristic thus allows these pieces to gradually perfume the room they are displayed in.
The white carnation is worn as a symbol of appreciation for all Dutch veterans who served in the Military. The White Carnation Award has been introduced to honor and thank the people who play an important role in the lives of veterans: before, during, or after their mission.
Human Material Loop researches the concept of humans as a sustainable material of the future. It aims to integrate waste human hair into a closed-loop recycling system, introducing new material to the textile industry.
A reflection on our consumer culture, on a culture, which while comforting our needs, softly destroys us
The pursuit of gratification from vanity, the admiration of our idealized self-image led us to the obsession of our look
Trees are our spectators, they stand and grow on one spot through generations, they experienced more than we can imagine
MacGuffins of our reality, desire to create bonds not just with humans but also with our materials