This exhibition displays carpets made by Moroccan girls and women between 1890 and 1960. They tell the story of a few years in the lives of their maker. Every one of them was a shepherdess, and they used the wool to make their carpets. These offer an insight into their lives. Although they appear to be inanimate fabrics, they display a certain dynamic of aesthetics, tradition and design. The carpets are witnesses to the weavers’ unique skills and the joy they took in creating them.