It is prompted by food availability, mating reasons, or changing seasons.
Habit has a centered form, recalling the regularity of migration.
serve as inspiration in textiles created. The bags pictured are made with
fabrics based on fish roe and the patterns found within butterfly wings.
All linings are hand dyed and the straps are handmade with imitation leather.
Commonly prompted by external influences, migration by humans often represents a
longterm move rather than the habitutal and repeated migration of animals.
The asymmetrical form of the bags reflects the irregular patterns of circumstantial migration.
It can be used as either a backpack or a one shoulder cross-body bag, reflecting
the ability of humans to adapt to new surroundings.
of human migration. The bags pictured are made with textiles based on navigation by
the night sky and airplanes as a means to migrate, as well as the trails they create.