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24-Hour-Long Installation Featuring Clocks Set to Open in London

LONDON – An installation featuring thousands of moving images of clocks will soon open in the United Kingdom capital London.

United States artist Christian Marclay’s piece, entitled “The Clock 2010,” is a montage of scenes from the world of film and television, edited together in such a way that the clocks tell the time in real time.

“It is a thrilling journey through cinematic history as well as a functioning timepiece,” the Tate Modern said of the piece on its site.

It took the artist several years to trawl through footage in order to collect enough material, according to the museum.

The show opens to the public from Sept. 14-Jan. 20.

 

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