Mariana Murabito, born in Mar del Plata, Argentina.
With a degree in graphic design and illustration she focused her field of work as a visual communicator both online (digital) and offline (print).
In 2000, she settled on the bright island of Mallorca.
During her career as a designer, she spent part of her time researching and learning traditional embroidery and loom weaving techniques. She then found the opportunity to adapt these techniques to her creative needs and while the rhythmic process of weaving allows her time for contemplation it’s a motivation in itself, each work and each material will lead naturally to another one finding inspiration in the process of making.
This way, simply, with abstraction as an aesthetic goal and using very old techniques that involve precision and time, she lets her intuition flow, avoiding any formval limitations.
She tries to evoke impressions such as sensuality, austerity, silence, minimalism, joy, loneliness, freedom...and likes to think that she had chosen one of the oldest technologies used by man, wishing that the flame will never die out.