Klone Yourself was born in Harkov, Ukraine but currently lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel. His original approach towards graffiti was to personally challenge himself and take ownership of his surroundings and domesticate environment. As he exhibited in galleries and painted murals throughout Europe, the Middle East, and the United States, he started to be interested in the meaning and relations other can have with their “home”. He uses strong symbolism and regional iconography borrowed from existing traditions in hope to create a bridge and improve communication. Each installation or painting attempts to create an environment that connects to the observer’s primal feelings.
Personal Topography is a point in time and space, an invitation to stare at each other, stare at others, reflect yourself and absorb life. Each experience leave an impression and designs our personal topography, while our faces reflect what we see, allowing light from outside and sneak peaks to the inside.