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“Night as the source of a poem, but also of fears, distress, and troubled thoughts.”
A subtle tension between: light and darkness, an image and its shadow, monochromes and a trace of color.
During the hours of darkness, undertones come through, refined by the sound of light, attentively spilled. Sky and waters, in a silent, unrevealed union – a crevice of forthcoming hallucinations
Dr. Dorit Kedar
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