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Brief Published: 26 May 2011

One More Time


The Moss Gallery in New York has invited Dutch designer Kiki Van Eijk to create a series of 14 mantle clocks in metal wire with 14 different materials and finishes.

The ceramic and bent wire Floating Frame Mantle clocks are all similar in shape, but differ in appearance, with hand-knotted structures and individual colours. The designs aim to highlight how we look at objects in relation to time, and how our vision towards them changes with the passing of time.

The clocks are on display as part of the One More Time exhibition until June 30.