In his new exhibition, The Golden Hour, Adi Shimoni continues to explore the photographic medium. This time Shimoni converts the light, the source of life and vision, into the heat. It uses thermal photography, which estimates and reflects the world, not according to the amount of light reflected from it, but according to the temperature or cold it emits. 'Registration in light' is replaced by 'heat painting'. As a walking alchemist on a fine line between magic and science, he strives to produce gold from low and despicable materials. He wants to win time, to melt the cold of death. The images in the exhibition are burning, burning on the walls of the gallery, as if they are about to consume themselves. On the edge of the kidney, there is a wild, wild and wild life on Shimoni's hot planet; Wild animals and humans touch each other, penetrate each other, savor and hurt, dance the dance of life (and death).
Translated using Google translate.