Table or set of wooden boards that are raised in the front like a sled. Its lower part is curdled with flint stones (or other stones or small pieces of iron sheets in the case of the poorest) placed in parallel lines. It is these stones that open the ears of wheat so that the grain comes out, because the threshing is passed over repeatedly dragged by animals.
Large-format experimental piece that has taken as its starting point the track that the trail leaves in the earth when passing through it. This ancient implement is composed of a set of wooden boards that at the bottom is curdled with flint stones placed in parallel between them. When it is passed over the wheat, it opens the ears and the grain comes out. Work has been done on the supposed trace that would create the trillo if it slipped on a smooth and soft surface, reflecting the result in thread that runs through a rough cotton fabric, sewing the lines one by one. The result can be extrapolated to different home textiles such as tablecloths, napkins, quilts, cushion covers…
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