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 Abrazo Entramado 

Abrazo Entramado or ‘Woven Hug’, is a participatory textile installation that seeks to embrace the city with a pair of textile arms filled with scrap material and covered in designs and fabrics embroidered by the city’s inhabitants. This project invites us to reconnect after the pandemic. Using over 2000 pieces of cloth, recycled by the community of Monterrey, Mexico, a group of over 170 participants succeeded in embroidering the 20 metre long Woven Hug. The piece is currently being exhibited at LABNL, Lab Cultural Ciudadano (Cultural Lab), CONARTE (Arts Council Nuevo León State).

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