Deep and rural Andalusia meets Bangkok's youth to rethink esparto craftsmanship and celebrate traditions. 

The strangers submerged students into a material exploration with the objective of recovering one of the main productive traditions in a state of extinction: the Esparto craftsmanship. The scope of the project was to materialize an ongoing reflection and speculation on regenerative strategies for decayed productive communities. Students completed a series of actions to understand and generate a critical position towards the context, connecting with with the community, craftsmen, material techniques and history.

Summer workshop at INDA Chulalongkorn university, 2017

Natalia Vera Vigaray
Patxi Martin

A.Sangpaiboon, C.Chaitaneeyachat, C.Sukhumcharoenchit, C.Engchanil, K.Vajaranant, K.Amornpatarasin, K.Olarnlarp. K.Khamkhane, N.Pornvisawaraksakul, N.Kikhoontod, N.Radomsittipat, N.Wareerinsiri, N.Nimitmongkol, N.Surachartkumthornkul, N.Vichitpunt, P.Tungjaroen, P.Patcharapond, P.Julpongsathorn, P.Suppakornwiwat, S. Yupuang, S.Kosalanantakul, T. Kittisrikangwan, W.Viriyasuebpong.

Chanai Chaitaneeyachat