A million Times, 2013

The ‘A million times’ is a graphically conceptual, mechanical and engineered based design project. With this kinetic installation, Humans since 1982 present clocks as objects unleashed from a solely pragmatic existence. Locked in its functionality to show the time, the natural character inherent to an analogue clock with its two arms constantly dancing in slow motion around the center, unveils hidden figurative qualities without denying its primary purpose.
Video: https://vimeo.com/60491636

Title: A million times
Year: 2013
Dimension: 344cm x 180cm x 5cm
Number of single clocks: 288
Material: aluminium + electric components
Electricity: standard 100-240V, 50-60Hz socket
Operation system: customized software to be controlled via iPad
Finish: powder coated white + black hands, screen printed dials
Engineering: David Cox
Edition: prototype

Photo credits: Tim Meier

Two smaller versions of the "A million times" range. One with 60 interconnected clocks (grey) and one with 96 (black).