German designer Siren Elise Wilhelmsen exhibited her 365 knitting clock at DMY Worldwide Design Pageant Berlin. The clock features a round knitting machine with 48 needles, a thread spool, a thread holder, and roll of yarn. The design seeks to make time a tangible, bodily factor. It strikes clockwise and after one yr, creates a shawl two meters lengthy. In response to Wilhelmsen, time is an idea which unites us all, making it the bottom frequent denominator. On the one hand, time seems to be a bodily phenomenon, logical and simply divided into the previous, current and future. Then again, time will be seen very subjectively. How lengthy a minute, an hour or a yr takes can rely upon how time is skilled in several conditions. Nevertheless, this doesn’t alter the truth that a day has 24 hours, one hour has 60 minutes and one minute has 60 seconds. ‘365’ seeks to provide a bodily manifestation to the change of time. Drawing from the change that’s witnessed by means of the expansion of human our bodies and hair, the identical idea is present in ‘365’ which interprets time by means of the expansion of knitted materials. By way of
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