Invited by the Zuiderzee Museum and curated by Tracy Metz, a follow up of the project Weathering Blue (2011) will document the summer and autumn of 2024 through textiles. In 2011 the colour of ultramarine, a pigment —— used to be an element in the washing craft from a steamlaundry —— is in 2024 replaced by different colour of soil. The soil patterns are exposed to the weather conditions, creating a palette of mineral colored textiles.

With an interactive installation, Het Wevende Weer / Weaving Weather, I show how the weather, and the cycle of water, interstitially mark into daily lives. The installation invites visitors to note the day’s weather, creating a common weather diary.

23 April till 31 October 2024, Zuiderzeemuseum Enkuizen, NL