Dusts Chambers attempts to exceed how we perceive, process and understand the reality of human impact upon the environment by looking at one element in the air - airborne dust. The project investigates particulate matter as an information carrier of our social, cultural and economic cycles settled on a facade of cultural monuments over time.
Dusts Chambers reveal the invisible scales of constant change and make it perceivable by the human body. They are simple interactive devices which filter the information about our private lifestyles and political choices reflected upon the airborne dusts and the environment. Dusts Chambers aim to improve our attention of these phenomena through the visual, tactile and olfactory sensations. These chambers, which combine, separate, contain, release and act as filter entities for the dust, could become the only collective trace we leave on Earth.