Saturday, April 11, 2009

workshop@WDK day 3

Day 3

Like the day before, we smelled all the materials that students collected from the city.


Cat's hair


Clay that was found at the construction site


Weeds and flowers along the street


Cherry blossoms from Kralingse Plas


Scarf that absorbed the person's smell


Tree bark of her garden


Loempia (it's actually very Rotterdam's smell because there is a family selling it all over the city)


Willow on the street


Chocolate - the smell of chocolate house

Compared to the day before, everyone brought more beautiful materials for eyes and noses. :-)

Extraction session starts.




left: METRO newspaper
right: Dutch Dropjes


Cherry Laurel




He is extracting the smell of clay


She is extracting the weeds and flowers from the street


Potato pills. This is the smell of Dutch kitchen! It's extracted by distillation.














Filtering takes time... the longer you take time, the more it gets clear.




Extracting the smell of old book was quite successful.


We ended the day with a short presentation and smelling each other's extracts.

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