One turn: 12 hours. The sexagesimal numeral system, the system we bae our time on, is familiar and at the same time pretty strange. But here it is connected to the binary number system. Twelve positions of the clock-hand are determined binary: 000000000000: no clock-hand, 111111111111: all 12 clock-hands. There is also a clock with only 8 positions. Click here for the Conditions of Sale.


12 bits clocks, black on white (nr. 06-01)
  • 12 bits so 212 = 4096 clocks (64×64)
  • More than 25,000 pen movements!
  • Plotted on CANSON® XL® Bristol Bristolpaper A4.
  • Black, pigmented fine liner.
  • In sequence from the top left to the bottom right
  • Dimensions: 19x19cm (7.5″x7.5″)
  • Price: €120 excl. costs of shipment
  • Also possible
    • Shuffled, all clocks are different
    • Lower number of bits are possible

8 bits clocks, ordered (nr. 06-02)
  • 8 bits so 28 = 256 clocks (32×32)
  • Plotted on CANSON® XL® Bristol Bristolpaper A4.
  • Black, pigmented fine liner.
  • In sequence from the top left to the bottom right
  • Dimensions: 15×15 cm (5.9″x5.9″)
  • Price: €60 excl. costs of shipment
  • Also possible
    • Shuffled, alle clocks are different
    • Other dimensions (up until 20x20cm, 7.9″x7.9″)

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