A Clock (#2) is an exploration of time by manually changing each minute to the next in real time. I have authority over this clock while simultaneously it has control over me. I am questioning time as a construction, while also surrendering to it as a necessity. The durational aspect becomes a comparison to my anxieties related to death and time going on without me. I am always just behind or prematurely changing the minute, incapable of perfectly taking the place of the machine.
excerpt (1:20 to 1:40), intended to be viewed in "real time"