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February 12, 2018

Sidewalk Kintsukuroi — Rachel Sussman

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"Sidewalk kintsukuroi (or kintsugi) expands on the traditional Japanese art of kintsukuroi ("to repair with gold"; performed on ceramics), taking it — literally — out into the streets."

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"At the heart of the idea of such "golden repair" is that something is made more beautiful for having been broken."

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In-ground installations are made with tree sap-based resin and a combination of bronze and 23.5 carat gold dust.

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February 12, 2018 at 12:01 PM | Permalink


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Whaaat? Gold in the streets?

"Her studies comprise photographs that have been hand-painted with enamel and metallic dust, while in-ground installations are made with tree sap-based resin and a combination of bronze and 23.5 carat gold dust."

Posted by: Kay Wimman | Feb 12, 2018 5:39:42 PM

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