Tsiboko is a collective formed by Petra Puchelova, Sebastian Reyes and David Camargo.
Through our roots we are aiming to recognise natural geometry as a connection to perpetuity.
Tsiboko is a story of three friends who converged together in thought and philosophy of life. The basis of the project began more than ten years ago with the concern for the 'Eyes of God' of the Huichol culture.
We have been refining the idea of design until today. Captivated by this craft expression during all this time we have been experimenting and developing this art.
Our project manifests itself through colour and the geometric patterns of nature as the primitive forms that compose the basic elements of the matter, these references are the inspiration for our art proposal.
Technically through the construction of wooden and metal structures, cotton thread and paint we explore the different dimensions and textures; with insights and inspirations of the Latin American ancestral tradition we create pieces with aesthetic reflection that express the spirit of our roots and experiences with the natural world.