The Clock Paperback – 2010. by Darian Leader (Author), Christian Marclay (Contributor). Christian Marclay (Contributor).
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2010 On Christian Marclay, 'Glue', in 'The Clock', White Cube, London . 2010 On Anish Kapoor, 'Turning the World Upside Down', in 'Turning the World Upside Down', Serpentine Gallery.
Alameda County, California. 2010 On Christian Marclay, 'Glue', in 'The Clock', White Cube, London . 2013 On Andrew Grassie, 'Looper', The Rennie Collection, Vancouver.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition Christian Marclay: The Clock, held at White Cube, Mason's Yard, London, 15 Oc. 13 Nov. 2010.
Marclay, Christian ; Leader, Darian. Christian Marclay : Snap ! :. The clock : Christian Marclay. London : White Cube, 2010. Dijon : Presses du réel ; Genève : Musée d'art moderne et contemporain de Genève, 2009.
It is a looped 24-hour video supercut (montage of scenes from film and television) that feature clocks or timepieces
It is a looped 24-hour video supercut (montage of scenes from film and television) that feature clocks or timepieces. The artwork itself functions as a clock: its presentation is synchronized with the real time, resulting in the time shown in a scene being the actual time. Marclay developed the idea for The Clock while working on his 2005 piece Screen Play.
Addictive Pleasures (about Christian Marclay's The Clock) by Wendy Lesser and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles . The Clock - Christian Marclay. Published by Art Data Ltd 2010-11 (2010). ISBN 10: 190607237X ISBN 13: 9781906072377.
The Clock - Christian Marclay.
The Clock's Christian Marclay
The Clock's Christian Marclay. A visual artist’s daylong movie montage returns to chronicle the hours and the times. By David Fear Posted: Monday July 9 2012. An audience takes in a scene from Christian Marclay's The Clock. I mean, it’s not a film, says Christian Marclay, in what can only be described as the soft-spoken Swiss artist’s version of raising his voice. Those who missed out on The Clock during its original New York run at the Paula Cooper Gallery in January of 2011 get another chance to step into this time-coded hall of mirrors when the piece returns to NYC as part of the Lincoln Center Festival on Friday 13.
The Clock plays with how audiences experience narrative in cinema, examining the conventions and devices through which filmmakers create a persuasive illusion of duration
The Clock plays with how audiences experience narrative in cinema, examining the conventions and devices through which filmmakers create a persuasive illusion of duration. When watching a film, an audience is removed from normal time and swept up in a new register that corresponds to the narrative at hand. The Clock transforms this condition of cinema: time, in this case, corresponds precisely to the actual time beyond the work. The audience experiences a fictional event, or countless events, at what appears to be the same time at which they are actually watching it in the gallery.