“Structures of Intuition” is more than just a textile piece; it’s a tangible reflection of the intricate phenomenology of thoughts, memories, and the profound meanings attached to our lived experiences. Envision it as a dynamic mental tableau that captures the essence of self.
Crafted with meticulous care in Mexico City by the gifted textile artist, Yasmin Mora, each creation tells a story steeped in tradition. The richly-hued wool, procured from Teotitlán del Valle in Oaxaca, is a testament to the enduring Zapotec dyeing techniques. Colored with a rich palette derived from local flora and fauna, including the cochineal, indigo, and madder root, the piece is a symphony of 100% natural dyes. This authentic fabric, ethically sourced from Oaxaca, is complemented with an understated rustic denim backing.
To cherish its innate beauty, a gentle vacuuming weekly is recommended. For occasional stray fibers, a lint roller serves well. Embrace the slight shedding as an intrinsic trait of genuine wool, echoing the natural ebb and flow of life’s experiences.
These textile pieces can be placed in any space to accent any floor, wall, seat or table depending on size and design.