As above, so below
Annually, an estimated 37,000 – 78,000 tons of extraterrestrial dust is falling down on earth. As it is ultimately human to hunt and collect, this matter with unknown characteristics and capabilities should not be overlooked. Kirstie and Xandra propose stardust as the first rare earth metal from space and the concept of crowd mining as a new resource.
“The information that emerges through Kirstie’s material research forms the foundation for the stories behind her designs.”