The research project ‘Afterseason’ looks to repurpose chemical waste. I analysed various shades of purple, derived from for example, shellfish, sandalwood and residual ink. In the material output the focus was on how to proces the residual ink. In order to do that I explored a range of new textile techniques and materials and build a library. Through collaborations with various design disciplines such as art, architecture and fashion applications manifested of the developed techniques. To support the theoretical and practical research I collaborated with scientists, architects, textile-, colour- and screen printing specialists, archives and research institutions and industry.

Building a color spectrum


Building up a library





Fashion context

Collaboration with SCHUELLER DE WAAL for their  ‘LITTER’ collection presented at PARIS HAUTE COUTURE FW19:

Collaboration with Studio Elsien Gringhuis:



The Afterseason research is made possible with the support of Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie NL, ArtEZ University of the Arts and Wageningen University & Research