Rhea Myers

A glass and plastic salt shaker containing a grey powder

Pure Aesthetic, 2005, diamond dust, glass and plastic.

Diamond dust looks pretty on screenprints but it’s really just an industrial cleaner. The blasphemous transubstantiations of modern and post-modern art make it a signifier of pure aesthetic value. Sprinkle it liberally on inaesthetic objects to transform their artistic worth*.

  • Actually probably don’t, as diamond dust can hurt your eyes, lungs, and skin, and have other harmful effects.

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