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“Embroidery implies patience and discipline, and it could even be thought as a meditative act. Through it I translate my feelings and reflections. In its repetitive movement, I question my constructed ideas and I also exercise new ones, driven by the female legacy intrinsic in the practice.

Inspired by Mexican embroidery and the precolombine textile tradition, research on its historical uses and transformations are fundamental to my practice, challenging the relationship between the traditional and the contemporary.”

“Embroidery implies patience and discipline, and it could even be thought as a meditative act. Through it I translate my feelings and reflections. In its repetitive movement, I question my constructed ideas and I also exercise new ones, driven by the female legacy intrinsic in the practice.

Inspired by Latin American precolombine textile tradition, research on its historical uses and transformations are fundamental to my practice, challenging the relationship between the traditional and the contemporary.”

“Embroidery implies patience and discipline, and it could even be thought as a meditative act. Through it I translate my feelings and reflections. In its repetitive movement, I question my constructed ideas and I also exercise new ones, driven by the female legacy intrinsic in the practice.

Inspired by Mexican embroidery and the precolombine textile tradition, research on its historical uses and transformations are fundamental to my practice, challenging the relationship between the traditional and the contemporary.”

“Embroidery implies patience and discipline, and it could even be thought as a meditative act. Through it I translate my feelings and reflections. In its repetitive movement, I question my constructed ideas and I also exercise new ones, driven by the female legacy intrinsic in the practice.

Inspired by Latin American precolombine textile tradition, research on its historical uses and transformations are fundamental to my practice, challenging the relationship between the traditional and the contemporary.”

“Embroidery implies patience and discipline, and it could even be thought as a meditative act. Through it I translate my feelings and reflections. In its repetitive movement, I question my constructed ideas and I also exercise new ones, driven by the female legacy intrinsic in the practice.

Inspired by Mexican embroidery and the precolombine textile tradition, research on its historical uses and transformations are fundamental to my practice, challenging the relationship between the traditional and the contemporary.”

“Embroidery implies patience and discipline, and it could even be thought as a meditative act. Through it I translate my feelings and reflections. In its repetitive movement, I question my constructed ideas and I also exercise new ones, driven by the female legacy intrinsic in the practice.

Inspired by Mexican embroidery and the precolombine textile tradition, research on its historical uses and transformations are fundamental to my practice, challenging the relationship between the traditional and the contemporary.”

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