Dactylonomy Clock

2019

POMO
15.03.2019 — 22.09.2019
This research focuses on the way we count with our bodies. Clocks are usually thought of as external tools separated from ourselves, but in this case, small and sudden movements of the hands represent seconds, while fingers are keeping count of hours and minutes. This is also a research on subtraction and basic elements: we got rid of any particular imagery and device to choose a more physical visualization of time.
This research focuses on the way we count with our bodies. Clocks are usually thought of as external tools separated from ourselves, but in this case, small and sudden movements of the hands represent seconds, while fingers are keeping count of hours and minutes. This is also a research on subtraction and basic elements: we got rid of any particular imagery and device to choose a more physical visualization of time.
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