Judith van den Boom's Dutch Disturbance

Judith van den Boom's Dutch Disturbance

Aaron Able
Jan 24, 2007

Dutch Disturbance. Judith van den Boom's collection of Royal Delft ceramic based objects, entitled Dutch Disturbance made us look twice.

In a fast changing, multicultural society, Van den Boom asks herself: "How do we keep our Dutch identity, our heritage and our traditional values of life? Not by wearing wooden shoes, eating hearing, and living in a windmill. These clichés are no longer representing our Dutch way of living, and maybe never did."

As design-enthusiasts, we're forced to connect the traditional iconogrpahy with the current emphasis on Dutch design—and understand how it is a stretch. Judith's website features the entire collection...

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