For everything there is a season is a series of traditional Dutch chequered tea towels, one for each month, like a calendar.  The months of the year are marked with words illustrating cultural, historical or botanical characteristics of the twelve months in the Netherlands. Dutch collective narratives are woven between past and future.

On the towels, of February for instance – a month in which many floods have taken place – several architectural water management devices are described. April displays its weather circumstances in a rich and poetic vocabulary. The countries in July are surprisingly the current top 20 immigration states, and the increasing amount of summer festivals taking place at sultry summer nights can be enjoyed in August. October reads the process of sugar making, which has become a slowly disappearing industry; and December memorises the international mixture of ‘speculaas’ spices.

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