Vegetable Fabrics brings us closer to the processes of growth and transformation of the plant organism, posing a relationship with them from their continuity with the tissues made by the human being. In tropical latitudes, the climate allows the plant world to manifest itself in an exuberant way and to develop a great diversity of species and ecosystems. The cultures that inhabited our territory created a close link with the coastal wetland plants, such as Schoenoplectus americanus or Juncus Cyperaceae. From their identification with the plant world, they developed cosmovisions and artisan techniques that became evident in ritual objects. Vegetable Fabrics develops pieces that relate the internal structures of plants with the manual processes of weaving and transformation of the fibers.
Reed from Huacho wetlands and oven-painted steel