2013, Archival inkjet print, 25"w x 25"h
Debris from outer space drifts constantly into Earth’s atmosphere. Upon entering, these objects burn into molten metal. Larger pieces become meteorites, but many are the size of a grain of sand. These tiny pieces of space dust, or micrometeorites, rain constantly down on earth, unnoticed. I am currently engaged in a project to collect these tiny artifacts that occupy a fascinating space of specialness and insignificance due to their size and origin.
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