The crust is the outermost layer that surrounds the earth. It’s the skin that we come into contact with when we inhabit the earth.
Crust is part of the concept of skin that covers mineral and vegetable organisms and the search for physical contact that we establish with them. The pieces were developed based on the exploration of the diversity of minerals and local forests, with the intention of regaining contact with the specific materiality that makes up our territory. From small fragments of local stones and woods collected – material considered mostly as waste by the industry – an assembly technique was developed to create these pieces.
Crust is part of the project ‘The Material of the landscape’. See more in
The Material of the Landscape
Stones from various geological strata in the Andes