Tradition is not static
For more than three thousand years, those who weave and embroider have transmitted their fundamental knowledge mother to daughter, one by one. If their ancestral techniques have transcended in time, it is precisely because within them lies a true form of expression; the subjective and the collective simultaneously manifest in their creation.
Still, tradition is not suspended in time. In small towns and artisan communities styles change and evolve; creativity is awake, not dormant, and it gives way to new and unexpected forms of creation.