At a rate of knots
‘At a rate of knots’ is made with moving clock hands physically connected with string. As time passes, the clocks’ motion becomes distorted as the strings tangle, resulting in unpredictable formations of the work. Because the second, minute and hour hands each behave differently, the work explores a sense of both fast and slow time. While constantly changing over a period of weeks, some elements appear still at the time of viewing. The work plays with the notion of time being individual, but...[Show more]
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|Source:||The Churchie National Emerging Arts Prize|
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