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Leaving A Dress In The Dead Sea For 2 Months Causes This

by Touchpoint Israel
Dead Sea Dress

Israeli artist Sigalit Landau submerged a dress — a replica of the traditional Hasidic one worn by the character Leah in the seminal Yiddish play “The Dybbuk” — into the Dead Sea in 2014 and captured its evolution over time in photographs. The sea’s salt-rich waters crystallized the dress.

The images, some of which are shown below, are on display at the Marlborough Contemporary museum in London.
Dead Sea Dress 1

Originally posted at Times of Israel. Photo Credit to CNN.

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