Burn After Use | Cynthia Schwertsik
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Burn After Use

Burn After Use

No loose ends, art as ritual, sometimes you just dont want to stuff around…

listening to: Ja, Panik

Have you heard about the Swedish Death Cleaning – simply radical.

I thought it suits me  – there is not much to be recycled after I have worn my clothes to shreds. I make sure they are not transported around using more fuel and machines to disintegrate them.

Or just this transitory state where the waste is art for a moment? – I keep returning to that idea of contemplating with waste!

there is something particular about the second skin, wearing things that shape how you appear in public. For some time clothes are very intimate – to me yes, it takes time to find those pieces that feel right, then it is something that protects me through thick and thin.

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