Millennium Clock Tower:
10 meters high
Photo National Museums Scotland
The Millennium Clock commissioned by the National Museum of Scotland.
The Millennium Clock Tower is a ten-meter tall kinetic sculpture in wood, metal and glass. A timepiece which contains fragments of the story of the millennium, with its disasters, tragedies, but also its human, scientific and artistic achievements. A creation that talks of love, hate, work, play, humour, despair, life and death.
A collaborative work between:
Annica Sandström & David Kaplan – clock face & glass panels
Tim Stead & Maggy Lenert – wood constructions, illustrations & book
Jurgen Tubbeke – clock mechanisms
Eduard Besudsky & Tatyana Jakovskaya – kinetic sculpture, light & music