jesper jonsson: movement of a moment
‘movement of a moment’ clock by jesper jonsson
a clock without a face, ‘movement of a moment’ by swedish industrial designer jesper jonsson uses changes in light to depict the time.
in the piece, an hour and minute hand hidden at the back of the clock cause breaks in the clock’s ambient glow. thus the time is read in the conventional method, but cued by a more subtle visual, meant to reference the rhythm of natural daylight.
the time is read by the breaks in the light
back view of the clock
detail view of the hands, hidden from the front but integral to the piece’s functioning
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