Apolatl is an art project that relates textile, soundscapes & stageplay.

Apolatl represents an autonomous space and advocates the emergence of young visual art. The project affirms a métis lifestyle and melts cultures, traditions and innovative creations. Creating an Apolatl is producing an action which will be remembered, kept and owned by the public.

For each play, the costumes and props are conceived in limited series to create an adaptable and original textile collection. From the handcrafted primary materials arise contemporary textile designs that enhance a minimalist and practical design vision, prioritizing an object utilitarian and ludic.


Fabienne Guilbert Burgoa

Fabienne Guilbert Burgoa was born in the mexican caribean in 1992. Enriched by the Mesoamerican weaving culture and freshly graduated from the E.N.S.A.P.C (Paris Cergy National Graduate School of Art), she is the founder of the Apolatl project, which aim is to merge contemporary art, traditional handicraft and textile design.


Hugo Mir-Valette

Hugo Mir was born in 1989 in the south of France. he studied visual communications at E.S.A.A.T (Graduate School of Visual arts and Textile), and jumped into life working as a graphic designer. At the crossings of curiosity, travelling and passion, he discovered new ways of expression : from visual arts to electronic music, he puts his abilities at the service of dialogue.