In de zomer van 2024 opent in het Van Eesteren Museum de tentoonstelling For Women Only. De tentoonstelling neemt je mee op design reis door de tijd van de jaren 50 tot nu, en laat zien hoe producten ook vandaag nog de maatschappelijke verwachting van vrouwen zowel weerspiegelen als vormgeven.
Wiede Wold is a cultural manifestation in the municipality De Wolden in the Dutch province Drenthe. In spring 2024 different cultural events will take place to give new insights into the meaning and future of our country side. A curated open-air design programme with a selection of 8 designers will be on show in May… Lees verder Wiede Wold: de toekomst van ons platteland
An exhibition at the NEMO Science Museum Amsterdam, about the social impact of our increasingly higher life expectancy. For the exhibition I curated a selection of works by (inter)national designers such as: Lucy McRae, Drooog Design and Kuang-Yi Ku.
Changing the narrative of things that matter. My self-initiated exhibition about the value and meaning of every day products in todays consumer society at DDW23.
BORO x Mobiel is a social design project in Amsterdam (Nieuw)West. Together with designer Antoine Peters I am developing a mobile natural dying textile studio that will pop-up at different locations in the neighbourhood in 2023. End result will be an art installation.
For the first edition of the Secrid Talent Podium I selected 11 promising sustainable designers and brought them together in a 9 day exhibition during DDW22.
For the 2022 edition of Dutch Design Week, I curated one of the three main locations (Microlab Hall) and selected work within the topic of Things that Matter. On show were 21 project who each investigate the value and meaning of products in times of overconsumption.
For Elle Decoration magazine I am working on a series about the use of colours in the interiors of the past century, and how innovations in the paint industry had an influence on this. Each issue we’re covering a decennium, from 1920-2000s, starting from the 3rd issue of 2021.
Sharing Elements is a project by Christien Meindertsma, that we developed together for Dutch Design Week 2021 and that is continuing further over the coming years. It’s about how we as people are connected to everything around us via elements, from nature to food, clothing and products. We are not above matter, we are matter.
For the 2021 edition of Dutch Design Week I created Things that Matter, a theme to address the search for a new relation between people and products, in a society overflowing with things. Based on this topic I curated the location Microlab Hall in Eindhoven.