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August 8, 2008

Bruno 9Li _ META exhibition 2008 A.D.

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Anno Domini presents:

META solo exhibit by Bruno 9Li
feauring new paintings and a site-specific mural

Bruno 9Li (Sao Paulo, Brazil) returns to Anno Domini on August 1st, 2008 for his second solo exhibit in the United States. META, the title of 9Li's follow up exhibition to Mysterium Tremendum (2007), is a reflection on its Greek origin relating to the concept of "beyond." What lies beyond the perceptible reality that we share in our day to day lives? What follows our existence here on Earth? Bruno continues his process of drawing as a means of contemplative action while these ideas flow through him and into the art. He pulls his inspiration from the themes of spiritism, metaphysics, ovnis (UFOs) and exotic, aquatic plants and animals.

His figurative works are a synthesis of these alternative realities. Bruno elaborates, "They represent entities sharing spiritual experiences: animals that have combined with aquatic plants, beings that see through futuristic glasses � perhaps a metaphor for the kind of vision that sees a reality beyond what our senses perceive, the kind of sight considered sacred, given to us on earth to help us gain insight into our place in the cosmos."

Artist's Reception: First Friday, August 1, 2008
8pm til late, free and open to the public
Live music by Panthelion

Exhibit on view August 1 through September 20, 2008

Additional images here and here.

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