Eat My Dust

Lucie Libotte turns dirty dust into bespoke vessels

House dust is commonly perceived as dirty, intrusive and repulsive. We know it as fine grey dry powder consisting of tiny particles and waste matter collecting on surfaces or carried in the air. It is often associated with unkempt and neglected environments, where as a clean environment is considered as civilised and proper. ‘Dust matters’ aims is to re-evaluate this ‘dirt’, and convey the value of dust as an indicator of our environment, showing how it reflects our daily life and trace of our journey trough the world.

Mary Woronov‬

Directed by Jane Cantillon

‪Grayson Perry‬

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‪Sterling Ruby – Urethane Works – The Artist’s Studio – MOCAtv‬

Directed by Bryan Olinger

‪Life of An Artist: Professional Practices‬

by Evan Senn

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By Todd Plitt and Rene Alston

Seri Berg: VOLTA NY 2014


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by Eric Minh Swenson

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by SandenWolff

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by Matt Black

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by Eric Minh Swenson

Kent Anderson Butler

by Christopher Michno