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Anno Domini

Exhibition Detail
The Moment (when the world stopped turning)
366 South First St.
San Jose, CA 95113

February 1st, 2013 - March 15th, 2013
February 1st, 2013 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Astral journey, KloneKlone, Astral journey,
2012, mixed media, collage, 28" x 28"
© Courtesy of the Artist and Anno Domini
Peninsula/South Bay
Tue-Fri 12-7; Sat 12-5; additional hours by appointment
collage, mixed-media

Anno Domini presents... The Moment (when the world stopped turning)
Solo Exhibition of KLONE (Tel Aviv, Israel)

A collection of glimpses from our world, snapshot like documentation of possible/impossible moments. Each of those moments is represented through a visual vocabulary, loaded with symbolism that is derived from various experiences from not so far away childhood and through not so clear adulthood. This is visual documentation of life , no matter where you're from, which part of the globe and which side of the ocean. The dreams we have, the days we live, the politics, the unnecessary battles, the necessary struggles, the poor and the rich, the tired and the restless. There's place for everybody and place for no one. This is daydreaming of what could be and what won't ever return. The chase that never ends.

Klone was born in Harkov , Ukraine (former USSR) and currently resides in Tel-Aviv , Israel. "My work is dealing with memories, my own and the ones I manage to collect in everyday life from surroundings, if it's my childhood in USSR or the coming to Israel, if it's the layers of the city, walls crumbling apart and graffiti covering and being covered, people getting old and the new generations appearing every moment, the search is endless thus my work of documenting it is still long, I learn a new language that invents itself along the way."

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