Clock Traces Time As Spirographs On The Wall [Pics]

Clock Traces Time As Spirographs On The Wall [Pics]

Design studio displays minutes and hours as beautiful graphics drawn throughout the day.

Yi Chen
  • 22 october 2012

Drawing Time in an installation created by Mischer’Traxler studio and was curated for the exhibition ‘This is My Forest: The Harvest Cycle.’ The mechanical contraption visually records the passing of time through spirographs that are drawn on a blank wall. Each day, two spirographs are drawn where one outlines the passed minutes, and the other shoes the passed hours. After 24 hours, the device moves to a random spot on the wall and starts again. As each day passes, more and more graphical patterns fill the canvas.

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