Observe, feel, taste – the soil itself provides an answer to the questions: What does this soil need? What can grow on this ground? And there is one thing we can always be sure of: more is always possible than you imagine.
The exploitation of our Earth has gone so far that it is not enough just to stop our self-destructive behaviour. We must actively begin to restore and recreate what we have destroyed.
That means it’s not enough to be aware of the problems. Everyone needs to step up based on their own conditions and contribute in every possible way. Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something.
Within the project, we therefore not only aim to preserve dyeing with natural indigo as one of the oldest textile cultural techniques, but also to encompass the question of how we can create a sustainable basis for our relationship with the Earth and what ideas and solutions we can offer to restore and preserve ecosystems and to maintain biological diversity.