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“CLONING ETERNITY”

“CLONING ETERNITY”

Brian Hester Reporting live from Washington Square Park NYC.

Acclaimed New York artist, David Datuna unveiled a two-part installation of a perfect circle representing the ancient symbol of eternity and a skull representing life titled, “Cloning Eternity,” that was displayed in Washington Square Park for 12-hours today Friday May 31, 2019.

The two pieces that create the overall sculpture are made from the artist’s signature eye glass lenses that create a ‘hall of mirrors’ effect, by reflecting the viewers image, distilling it and refracting it back towards them. The circle has a 6.25 ft. diameter, on a 2.5 ft. stand, while the skull is 6.25 ft. high, 4.1 ft. wide and placed on a 2.5 ft. stand.

As predicted, a father and son appear to enjoy being pulled in close by David Datuna “Cloning Eternity” in Washington Square Park. Photo by Brian Hester
Kate Kennedy snaps a selfie of her and classmate Spencer Jonas with the “Cloning Eternity” skull in the background. Photo by Brian Hester
Alex Syntelis zooms in to capture up close reflections of his girlfriend Mira Rugova as she poses in front of Cloning Eternity. The many eye glasses lens on the surface invert and twist the images resulting in beautiful twists and combinations of light. Photo By Brian Hester
Alex Syntelis zooms in to capture up close reflections of his girlfriend Mira Rugova as she poses in front of Cloning Eternity. The many eye glasses lens on the surface invert and twist the images resulting in beautiful twists and combinations of light. Photo By Brian Hester
I zoom in over the shoulder of Alex Syntelis as he zooms in to capture up close reflections of his girlfriend Mira Rugova as she poses in front of Cloning Eternity. The many eye glasses lens on the surface invert and twist the images resulting in beautiful twists and combinations of light. Photo By Brian Hester
David Datuna “Cloning Eternity” is reflected in the sun glasses of Vincent Santa Marina of Spain as he takes in the work in New York Cities Washington Square Park. Photo by Brian Hester
Acclaimed New York artist David Datuna, center, discusses his installation of “Cloning Eternity” in Washington Square Park, NYC Friday May 31, 2019 Photo by Brian Hester

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Brian Hester is a New York City based freelance photographer covering any nature of event including but not limited to; breaking news, sports, entertainment, fashion, nature and whatever may catch his wandering eye. Since 2011 Brian, has been covering community events and high school sports for North Jersey Media Group and their successor Gannett USA Today. His clients include Rutgers University and Monmouth Athletics. ​You can see more of his work at www.brianbehindthelens.com

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