Urban Fabric is a large-scale ‘village-square’ installation that merges traditional city planning with the Phoenician-Maltese tradition of fabric production and dyeing of the multiple colours of Phoenician purple. The installation uses wood, recycled stone and organic fabric that is certified eco-friendly for its main components. These create a ‘street-like’ layout that enables the audience to meet and collaborate while interacting directly with the installation.
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