September 30, 2018

Nakazzi Tafari, Glass mask with driftwood locks, September 2018. Photo: Nakazzi Tafari

A piece from Nakazzi's latest series: "I am evolving my process and pushing to capture a completely seamless organic aesthetic," she says. "At the same time, as I experiment with all kinds of materials, I am also striving for more permanence and durability of the work without losing the ephemeral quality that expresses both the transience and fragility of life."  

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