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»Untitled« (Perfect Lovers), 1991. These two identical, adjacent, battery-operated clocks were initially set to the same time, but, with time, they will inevitably fall out of sync. By Felix Gonzalez-Torres.

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“Two Clocks” (1992) by Dieter Kiessling.

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“Hourglass Mirror” by Daniel Rozin. The image of the viewer is created by the movement of the grains of sand in the upper part of the hourglass, in the lower part of the hourglass a representative color of the viewer is settled to create a sediment that keeps building up creating a history of a few minutes worth of viewers. Video.

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»The Persistence of Memory«, 1931 by Salvador Dalí.

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“Duodecagon clock” (2006) by Peter Umgeher.

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»Null Event (Tomorrow): 12:00 AM Local Time, Continuously«, 2006. Countdown, simulated LCD. A timer which reaches “000:000:00:00:00:000″ (years:days:hours:minutes:seconds:milliseconds) at the start of the next day. By Damon Zucconi.

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»Life clock«, 2008. Clock mechanism slowed down 61320 times (each number represents years). By Bertrand Planes.

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“Twenty-seven minutes” by Kirsten Pieroth in collaboration with Montana Møble.

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»D/A Clock« (2008) by Alvin Aronson.

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»Mono Chrono Pneumatic White«, 2007 and

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»Bad Timing«, 1998 by Darren Almond.

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“Minuterna” by Albin Karlsson. A machine painted a dot per minute. Video .

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»K.C.C. R/G-4«, 1999,

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»Oblique Three«, 1995 by Tatsuo Miyajima.

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»Time Piece« (2002). Postcards representing the time in which the photographs were taken in chronological order. By Jonathan Monk.

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“24h” – LCD Clock by Robert Stadler.

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»UBIC«, 2005,

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screenshots from »temps donné 1 & 2«, 2004 by Antoine Lejolivet.

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»Untitled« (2007),

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»Perfect Lover« (2007) by Jordan Wolfson.

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“Sun-Lite” by Stefaan Dheedene. A flashlight and window-screens were installed. The flashlight is programmed to follow the sun around the clock. The screens served as a intermediar screen between the sunlight and the light from the flashlight.

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»Wapok«, 2006 (porcelain rice cookers)

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»Epuration élective«, 2004

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»Snooze«, 2004 (80 radio clocks) by Fayçal Baghriche.

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»Sousaphonograph«, (2005) Original four-valve Sousaphone mounted onto a delicate clockwork phonograph mechanism designed to play a 78 rpm recording of “The Stars and Stripes Forever” through the hon while the turntable and the horn rotate around the playing record, completing one exact revolution for every two sides played. By Paul Etienne Lincoln.

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»Home-made electronic watch«, 2004. The watch is a result of an experiment seeking to determine how long it takes to construct a simple hand watch from scratch for someone with no education in engineering. By Janek Simon.