… stardust is nothing else but dust. Motionless, when it is seen in the middle of the sky on a calm summer night. The same dust is everywhere around us, for the existing world derives from dust. We just don’t notice it. Dust has no shape by itself; it takes the form of the surface it covers.
It seems so light! Fist, it appears almost transparent. Over time, it turns opaque.
It seems so harmless! Suddenly, a weak breeze moves it and dust starts to dance, fluctuating in the air. The wind gets stronger and dust becomes aggressive. Gale blows and it is even corrosive.
project for Romeo Gigli and Claudia Nesi
Photography by Sara Khalilnejad