The artist will be on hand to sign a limited number of the book, Pots Are Not People.
As you may note from the photos here the exhibit features ceramic/photo collage. There will also be painting, sculpture and installation in the exhibit. The ceramic/photo collages used ceramics or photo prints of ceramics.
The title of the exhibit references a 1977 article by Carol Kramer (Pots and Peoples). The ethno-archeologist put forward the notion that ethnicity is more complex than is often percieved, not leaving clear marks in the archeological record. In essence deriding the anthropological notion that you can reconstruct a society with a few shards of pottery. Kramer wasn't throwing the baby out with the bathwater merely noting that archeological records are far from complete.
De Wit is a native of the Netherlands who lives in Amsterdam.