Slow,

Sculptures, glazed ceramics, variable formats, edition of 15 (studio view).

Solidified clocks made for the graduates of Werkplaats Typografie, year 22. The aesthetic lies in between scribbles, handwritings and a realistic clock — representing both a sense of rationality and a personal rhythm. “To read the face of a clock, you’d normally need to establish some base from which to start counting units. A normal clock keeps track of this count and displays what has been counted. With this clock, at every time of the day you’ll wonder ‘what time is it?’, — before checking your actual clock, check this one. Maybe even remove every other clock in your home. Stare at it while reading it, and start the speculations (…)”