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Cho'jac / Tradit. netbag/Product


The sustainable approach of the Cho'jac is not limited to the original producers, but to the entire value chain. At the end of the day, a high-quality, in Germany woven linen and local vegetally tanned leather will be processed in a workshop for people with disabilities. At the same time, the concept goes beyond pure production aspects and aims at an intercultural global dialogue. The idea is to be further developed, through low-threshold courses in the Chiapas region, which spread the traditional culture technology among the local Mexikan population again so this traditional craftsmanship will not become existinct completely.


Weissensee School of Art

Weissensee School of Art
Berlin, Germany

Thomas Kilian Bruderer,
Weissensee School of Art