In March 2009 I returned to San Lucas Toliman to continue working 
with the women of Ajkem’a Loy’a on the tracksuit we are developing for W139 , 
one of the main art spaces in Amsterdam.
In the days to come I will publish pictures and little video’s that give insight into 
the process of weaving all the parts for the tracksuit.
The first prototype is the example we worked with, 
making little changes here and there, completing all the woven parts 
for the women’s size tracksuit .

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