Project – OER OBJECTS

In order to make our water from the tap drinkable, it undergoes an extensive process of filtration. One of the residues of this filtration is oxidized iron, in Dutch called “Oer”. This is a solid residual and can be characterized by its deep red colour. Designers Jetske Visser, Kirstie van Noort and Lotte de Raadt re-enact this filtration process on a small scale. Instead of producing clean water, their goal is the opposite; they harvest “Oer” and explore the qualities of this material for design and production. The coloring of porcelain is their first tangible result of this research.

OERworkshop2
February 6, 2018
Make and color your own porcelain tableware, pigments extracted from water production facilities
WWT_LOTTEDERAADT1
January 15, 2018
People with a cognitive disability went looking for their own mode of expression. Their own personal signature arose out of several workshops inspired by water.
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October 15, 2017
People with a cognitive disability went looking for their own mode of expression. Their own personal signature arose out of several workshops inspired by water.

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