Measuring around 60cm by 100cm, small mats made with left over wool and fabrics on plastic flour sack backing, each Zindekh represents a unique act of creativity, as well as a brilliant example of ‘up-cycling’. ‘They were made by women with no formal education’ says Souad, ‘from isolated, rural areas. And yet they have created compositions that are like modern works of art, reminiscent of Kandinsky, Klee and de Staël.’