A photo and a link: Hannah Bertram

Hannah's work is a gorgeous blend of contemporary practice and traditional aesthetics. "This is a project of ephemeral site-sensitive dust works created and installed in 12 private homes." It's hard to imagine how something this complex and delicate can be created with dust. I love the fleeting quality of these pieces. To learn more about Hannah's work, check out her website.

{Thanks to I Dreamed I Saw for the heads up.}

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