June – July 2009

Shaping Heritage was focussed on connecting people through sharing and passing on the artistic property.

On invitation of the Arnhem Fashion Biënnale, Judith was invited to be guest curator for a range of workshops. At that time, the financial crisis was at its dawn and Judith felt the urge to rethink the fashion system that was fuelled by a money-driven economic system. 
How could we find a way to share the human creative capital and explore new values, such as love
, sharing, making and togethering

To explore this, Judith invited people from all walks of life to create something together. During four workshops, a gesamtkunstwerk on table manners was created by 120 hands of people such as designers, craftsmen, mentors, students and friends.