The Museum Broekerveiling showcases the phenomenon of the Dutch agricultural auction, an institution originating in the 19th century as a product of cooperation by independant produce farmers in the watery regions of the Province North Holland. Centered around a historic “water-borne” auction house, where auction lots are proffered by boat and are bid on using the “Dutch auctioning” technique, the Museum Broekerveiling has expanded its capacity and is now a center for agrarian history and culture of the entire region. In its new visitors’ center, the Museum is creating a permanent exhibition, using collection items, multimedia, archive and interview film footage, and animated maquettes to give the visitor an expanded, comprehensive and fun experience.

Todd will be working on this project for the coming year, creating concepts and designs, and directing the physical completion of the exhibit.