From Earth, how far look the stars. One might think that they are objects totally different from us, and with whom we have to do anything. However, we now know that it is not so. Humans and the stars are made of atoms, along with everything that exists in the universe. This is the reminder of the American photographer Molly Strohl and her series Star Dust.
Through this project, Molly Strohl represents the ties that bind us to those distant bodies. Through small lights located on the body of her models, tells us that something in us is cosmic. That is, something within us connects us to the grand scheme of things, or rather, that we are these great order. Between it and us there is no difference.
In my opinion, this photographic series moves and afflicts when we remember our cosmic relatives, and make evident an ancient truth: we are dust and dust will be.
Source and images: Molly Strohl.
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