This series is titled 100 Breaths (2016), and consists of 100 works on paper. The artist made each drawing with her breath, blowing metal dust suspended in varnish to create drawings that refer to both geography and the body. The gold, copper and silver forms are highly responsive to ambient light and change throughout the day, as the light changes in the room. They flare up and soften as the viewer moves and looks at them from different angles. Shown here in a solo exhibition at Francesco Pantaleone Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy titled Breathing Spaces, with Campo Box (Santa Maria Nova) in the background.
Views of 100 Breaths in the studio, below.