clocks i, ii, iii
2002 - 2003
3 computer programs dividing time at different rates, Monitors
The three clocks, piled into a vaguely pyramidal structure, divide the day, it's hours and minutes into prime numbers, resulting in periods that cannot be divided exactly into thirds, quarters, or halves. Together they represent the exteriorization of a subjective time that can run much faster or slower than our conventional measure. Each instant becomes indivisible, potentially enabling the spectator to choose among the markedly different rhythms of life offered by each one.