Israeli artist Sigalit Landau wades into the nice and cozy, briny waters of the Useless Sea to examine her newest creations — on a regular basis objects coated in salt crystals that glisten within the vibrant morning solar. The bottom level on Earth can be Landau’s studio the place she submerges objects — from a ballet costume to a lampshade’s wire body — for weeks till they’re magically reworked by ice-like layers of salt. Landau works by suspending the objects within the salt lake from frames. Later, she rigorously liberates the brittle artefacts with the assistance of a number of assistants. Some objects are so heavy with the salt connected to them, they should be carried by 4 individuals.