clock for oracles

Ugo Rondinone
January 28 – March 7, 2004

Front:

twentyfourhours, 2004

Stained plywood, steel, speakers, sound
700 cm × 600 cm × 100 cm

 

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Exhibition view: clockwork for oracles, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 2003

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

Exhibition view: clockwork for oracles, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 2003

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

Exhibition view: clockwork for oracles, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 2003

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

Exhibition view: clockwork for oracles, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 2003

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

clockwork for oracles, 2004
3 videowalls, 3 stencilled burlaps, 3 wooden bases, sound, carpet
354 cm × 233 cm × 45 cm each

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

clockwork for oracles, 2004 (detail)
3 videowalls, 3 stencilled burlaps, 3 wooden bases, sound, carpet
354 cm × 233 cm × 45 cm each

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

clockwork for oracles, 2004 (detail)
3 videowalls, 3 stencilled burlaps, 3 wooden bases, sound, carpet
354 cm × 233 cm × 45 cm each

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

zweiundzwanzigstermärzzweitausendundeins, 2001

Acrylic airbrush on canvas, silkscreen on plexiglass plaque
ø 220 cm

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

Left:

all MOMENTS stop here and together we become every memory that has ever been, 2002
Plexiglass
150 cm × 160 cm × 4 cm

 

Right:

if there were anywhere but desert. saturday, 2001
Fiberglass, paint, clothing, glitter
106 cm × 86 cm × 122 cm

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

left:
if there were anywhere but desert. saturday, 2001
fiberglass, paint, clothing, glitter
106 cm × 86 cm × 122 cm

 

Through the door:
leep, 1999 (detail)
white painted wooden wall, 167 white wooden frames, 167 c-prints, sound, 30 spots + with pvc foils, 15 speakers, 1 cd-player, 1 equalizer

 

Right:
zweiundzwanzigstermärzzweitausendundeins, 2001
acrylic airbrush on canvas, silkscreen on plexiglass plaque
ø 220 cm

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

leep, 1999 (detail)
white painted wooden wall, 167 white wooden frames, 167 c-prints, sound, 30 spots + with pvc foils, 15 speakers, 1 cd-player, 1 equalizer

 

Photo © ACCA Archives

clock for oracles

Ugo Rondinone
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne
January 28 – March 7, 2004
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This major exhibition of new projects by internationally acclaimed Swiss artist, Ugo Rondinone, brought together new and older works in a series that contemplated time, love, despair, anonymity, aggression and alienation.

 

ACCA liaised in part with the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney on this venture and received support from the John Kaldor Foundation and the Pro Helvetica Fund.

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