Time Piece (all the time of the world), 2014

aluminium, transparent color coating, electronic and mechanical components

The sculpture is mounted at about a two meter height on a wall and has the size of a common wall clock.
The azure disk turns imperceptibly slowly on itself, the motor and gears are noisy and visibly moving though. One complete rotation of the disk is the same duration of the sidereal day of the earth: 23 hours 56 minutes and 4 seconds, the time that our planet needs to make one rotation along its axis.

This supposedly static clock, which we have to believe is moving, reminds of the continuous and maybe eternal flow of time that we can just imagine.