Timepiece is only intended to be an artful way to encourage people to re-think their concept of time. Throughout the day the installation—which hangs at London’s Roundhouse, an old steam engine repair shed—casts an ever-evolving pattern of shadows that can be used to tell time thanks to a surrounding perimeter of 24 stoic pillars.
It may not be the most effective or efficient way to actually keep track of time, but as a meditation on the concept in general, it definitely shines bright.
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