Guatemala has developed a textile installation, elaborated with hand-made materials to represent the breath-taking landscape of Lake Atitlán and bring us closer to to Santa Catarina Palopó, a community where art and design is being used as a tool to promote sustainable economic and cultural development.
This is an interactive installation where visitors are encouraged to learn about the project, and its process by exploring the audiovisuals and miniature interpretations of the spaces found in the village.
Designed by Olivero & Bland Studio in collaboration with Zyle
Sylvia Denburg, Textile Artist and designer
Diego Olivero Creative Director and Designer
Cecilia Santamarina de Orive Curator