Galicia’s rain is something that has culturally conditioned the character of its inhabitants, their customs, and the landscape. D-due has sought to capture the unique atmosphere of things that become more magical when they come into contact with the rain. Waterlogged roads, the sparkling green of nature, and the habits of neighbours and family members who love a good downpour.
More than a chore, in Galicia agriculture is considered to be a distinguishing feature. The allotment is an extension of the family home: a small space that allows it to be self-sufficient.
The presence of woodland around
Galicia’s towns and villages is a constant element. It is a natural supplier of both wood and legends: a magical setting that brings us into contact with our deepest roots.
Perhaps the most emblematic trades in Galicia are those of the umbrella repairer and the knife sharpener. They travel through the villages blowing their whistles to announce their arrival, ready to provide their services.
Winding yarn next to the fireplace is an activity that brings people together. The yarn is wound into balls in an infinite sequence, seemingly forming tiny planets within our cosmos.