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ClockClock 24 Black Edition

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Estimated in stock Tue Nov 07 2017

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ClockClock 24 Black Edition
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The black edition of ClockClock24 has all the same compelling features as the original: It re-contextualizes time through an ingenious marriage of analogue and digital. Twenty-four clocks come together to tell a collective story in one singular digital display. Each individual clock hand is choreographed in line with the others, so that these clocks tell the time as a collective, rather than individually. The piece can be programmed in 12 or 24 hour time and has three different modes of movement between each minute: minimal, medium or elaborate.
 
 
ClockClock 24 combines technical precision and expert craftsmanship, resulting in the highest quality form. Each piece features 48 motors assembled within a minimalist housing, each set into a rectangular shape, a frame that allows the clock hand’s choreography to shine. The artists’ unwavering commitment to excellence in concept, design and technological innovation has created a design object with a lasting character. Made of Corian® Deep Nocturne, ClockClock 24 Black Edition is produced and carefully assembled in Humans since 1982’s workshop in Sweden. Includes USB power adapter and wall mount. Cord length: 9.8 feet. Two-year warranty.
 
 
About Humans Since 1982
 
Founded by Per Emanuelsson and Bastian Bischoff, Humans since 1982 is a pioneering creative studio responsible for a host of mesmerizing and playful kinetic works. The pair was later joined by engineer David Cox who collaborated on the projects ClockClock and A million Times. Today, the studio is comprised of a larger group of specialists who bring together a unique blend of expertise and intellectual curiosity, exploring the interplay of design, art and engineering.
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  • Designer
    Humans since 1982
  • Size
    15.75h x 35.5w x 1.5"d