Another incredible example of her talent is a particular piece she made out of pasta.
I thought the string one must have taken a while but the time this piece took must blow that out of the water. This is entitled Postcards from Rome: Pasta. The pasta was gathered, sorted, cut, laid out, and placed down very carefully. I didn't think these pasta shapes were conducive to shaping typography let alone a script style one. Again I am in awe of how the edges of the type remain just as slick as they could ever be.
Here is a detail shot of her in the development process.
Her work seems to be a series of exercises in patience. She pushes the boundaries with material and precision. From her web page you get a huge sense of her body of work as well as what kind of a person she is. Take a look Dominique Falla. You won't leave unimpressed.