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Jessica Drenk | Porcelain SkinsPORCELAIN SKINS   This process involves dipping groups of cotton material into liquid porcelain, letting the liquidized clay penetrate the surface of the cotton balls, Q-tips, or napkins, and then firing these materials and clay together in a kiln.  During firing, the cotton ignites and burns away, leaving only the porcelain as a husk of the original material that shaped it: a skin.

Jessica Drenk | Porcelain SkinsPORCELAIN SKINS This process involves dipping groups of cotton material into liquid porcelain, letting the liquidized clay penetrate the surface of the cotton balls, Q-tips, or napkins, and then firing these materials and clay together in a kiln. During firing, the cotton ignites and burns away, leaving only the porcelain as a husk of the original material that shaped it: a skin.

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