Faiza Hajji of Ifassen
Moroccans are the second largest consumers of plastic bags which are casually discarded and left to litter the pristine environment. This heartwarming mini-documentary tells the story of women in a remote northern Moroccan valley who see the scourge of plastic bags as an opportunity to employ their traditional weaving expertise. They have organized themselves into a collective that both cleans up the countryside and wins them financial security and independence all thanks to their beautifully crafted bags and decorative items
Made Out of WHAT New York Exhibition, May 2017
Meet the artists whose work was showcased by MOoW at Design Pavilion in NYC.