Time by John Clang

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John Clang likes to explore the concept of  movement in space and time. In his seemingly static series “Time”, he shows in a very creative way, how close we are to each other in the urban environment. We are all guests of the same room, just at different times. The time-spatial distortion expressed in this series combined with Clang’s keen abstract aesthetics takes the viewer to explore the intimate intricacy of how time moves, with a very special rhythm and humor which are not shared by all the individuals.

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