»Dust Motes Dancing in the Sunbeams«, 1900 by Vilhelm Hammershøi.

»Berlin à fleur de peau«, 2010 (Installation of dust prints) by Nadia Kaabi-Linke.

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»Study #20 (171y, 171m at F16, 30 sec)«, 2010, from the series »Heinecken Studies« by Jason Lazarus. A series of photograms made with a portion of the cremated remains of Robert Heinecken.


»Écran«, 2006 by Amande In.

“Holodust” by Jeff Han.


»Dust«, 2005-2007 by Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor.


»Dust«, 2005 by Alexandre Arrechea.


“zgodlocator” (Video) by Herwig Weiser.

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»Legacy« (2005) is a 21-foot-long rainbow made of cast street sweepings that emerges from a planter on MetroTech Commons in Brooklyn. The rainbow’s seven bands range in tone from brown to gray, and are flecked with color. They are cast from actual debris collected on seven consecutive days by the city’s street sweeping machines: dirt, grit, gravel, gum wrappers, bottle caps, socks, plastic combs, and whatever other litter the sweeper picked up during the course of a day. There is a small bronze beard that appears to be crawling out of the hole in the ground where the rainbow emerges. By Corin Hewitt.

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“No Title”, “Totalitarianism” and portraits of Marcel Musters by Viviane Sassen.


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»Saugen« by Stefan Burger.


SUV RUB by Chris Sollars.