Dust is a byproduct of life. It accumulates and transforms constantly, lacking a distinct shape. Clumps of dust found in the house are collected, dipped in liquid ceramic material and fired in a kiln. The objects left are remains, anonymous yet still carrying an address, displayed on the wall as evidence in an archive. It is a collection of places. The dust accumulates in the domestic space, undergoes material transformation and becomes anonymous and fragile, a relic pointing toward the very transformability of material and time.
Materials and technique: porcelain, household dust.
* "Reflections: Essays, Aphorisms, Autobiographical Writing" – Walter Benjamin