THE WOVEN CHILD - Children who are prisoners of an inescapable past. They are children whose dreams were stolen during a wakeful existence. Remembering the past and dreaming of a future. There is a tension between holding and releasing, living life and surviving. Contradictions that are portrayed by ornamental pieces that move around the body, that protect you and keep you safe.
Bringing to life a never-to-be-mentioned childhood allows you to detach yourself from your origins and look for a new place where you can belong. The history of childhood is fragile and complex but still unprocessed - reflected by the use of delicate and raw fabrics such as organza and tulle; linen, jute and tweed. With a glimpse to the future, materials are enriched with coatings, dyed with natural materials and the garment is made in a traditional way.
Our hearts beat time, nobody knows how long we have until we have to flee again.
This chapter ends with continuing movement, always on the road. Because nothing lasts forever.