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20.12.2010

 

Standard Time - two steps forward, one step back - the most ruminant way of telling the time, on sale now

What's the time? Time for Standard Time! Whoever used to associate checking the time with a suave turn of the wrist will now think of nothing else but a swift grab of the mobile phone.

Some might remember the hotline with the female announcement: 'By the next gong, it will be 3pm. Gong!”. But there are other ways, hand made per film!

A total of 70 people in synchronised real time constructed a large, fully functional digital clock made of wooden planks, measuring 4 x 12 metres.
This meant, 1611 reconstructions in 24 hours, merciless shifts, always bordering on failure.

The result is a consistent 24-hour film or in other words, a unique watch.

Standard Time is a piece by artist Mark Formanek, produced by the Datenstrudel Media agency. This particular style of time taking may not be for travel purposes, but a welcome guest at home or on the screen.


Standard Time
Approx. 30 Euro

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek

STANDART TIME by Mark Formanek