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Dustcollector Post Babylon

Dustcollector Post Babylon

Sebastiaan Straatsma (in 2013)

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Sebastiaan Straatsma has developed a new process, using epoxy resin and pigments to make modern yet traditional-looking vases. Like mediaeval craftsmen, he keeps the details of his self-invented technique secret. He calls his vases 'dustcollectors', the somewhat denigrating name for 'useless' ornaments displayed in cabinets.

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Title Dustcollector Post Babylon
Material and technique Coloured epoxy, handmade
Object type
Vase > Living accessories > Living > Utensil
Location This object is in storage
Dimensions Height 133 cm
Diameter 66 cm
Artists Maker: Sebastiaan Straatsma
Accession number V 2834 (KN&V)
Credits Purchased 2013
Department Applied Arts & Design
Acquisition date 2013
Creation date in 2013
Handmade > Shaping techniques > General technique > Technique > Material and technique

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Sebastiaan Straatsma

Dokkum 1972

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