Inspired by S. Ansky’s 1916 play titled ‘Dybbuk’, Israeli artist Sigalit Landau thought of a 8-part photo series project named ‘Salt Bride’ in which she submerged a black gown into the very salty waters of the Dead Sea for 2 months.
Landau checked on the gown regularly and photographed the process in which it slowly became a salt crystal masterpiece, very similar to the one worn in the Dybbuk play back in the 1920s. The end result is completely breathtaking and it looks all sorts of magical.
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