Contemporary Architecture Makes Time Float

By: Noora Abu Eitah - Published: Jun 3, 2008 • References: realu.de & newlaunches
Contemporary Architecture presents a minimalist installation commissioned by New York-based Artists space gallery. Its two digits of 7-segment display, formed using industrial fluorescent tubes, are suspended from the ceiling. As a “display”, the installation is used to show the current time in minutes. At the same time, as a light installation, it is the only light source inside the exhibition space.

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