ALUNA

The concept of “Aluna ” comes from the meaning that this word has for the Kogis (an indigenus community in Colombia), Aluna is both thought and ocean, and the ocean is something primordial to creation for them, the whole cosmos was created in this state. 
It inspires us greatly to think of the sea and our experience with summer days as a conductor of poetic thought, as a way of being in a state of Aluna dressed in LEDA
 
The collection is inspired by the colors and textures of summer, in the pink and violet of the sunsets, the caramel of the sand, the nacre of the shells and the luminous greens.

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This poem written by Juliana Rozo, is part of the conceptualization of this collection: 

 

A L U N A

Una imagen me persigue
A través de un pasado deshabitado
Una ola
Una gota

Una lágrima
Cada uno de estos universos se despliega
Se extiende y desborda hacia el horizonte donde el sol se encuentra con el mar
Lo concreto se escurre entre mis manos
La idea que se desdobla
El lago del pensamiento

Un manantial visto desde un orificio
La materialización de lo sensible y lo sutil

Todo existe en Aluna
Todo emerge en Aluna

El cosmos desde el mar
La poesía matérica del pensar
La vida como un sol de agua
Y en la otra orilla
El refugio de la sal.

(Necesitamos al mar para crear.)

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We worked a part of our collection with the embroidery of the weavers of Mampuján, an Afro-descendant community of María la Baja, Colombia. Each embroidery is different because it is made with scraps of fabric.
Very close to the sea and Montes de María, we have interpreted Aluna’s moments in these embroideries.

We also made a collaboration between the artist Mahle Matallana and LEDA, with two of her digital sculptures inspired by the sea and the contemplation of the stones.