Stained-glass window, wire
ø 60 cm
This work is based on the traditional clock face. It is perfectly spherical, and divided internally by concentric circles radiating from the centre. Large Roman numerals, articulated in slender lines of grey lead, curl round the perimeter. Although every clock is rendered in delicate stained glass and finely framed in pale grey lead, they are available in a multitude of vivid colours and each have subtly different designs. The hands that usually mark the passing seconds, minutes and hours, however, are missing from Ugo Rondinone's clocks.