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Omer Polak | Moon | 2018



Omer Polak
Israel, 2018

Designed for Marsotto LAB as a part of the Sphere Collection

Marble, metal

Time Machines, 2018

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Moon is a clock that hangs from the ceiling and was inspired by the geometric simplicity of the sphere.
It is suspended from a thin black metal wire that makes it appear light, like a moon floating harmoniously in space.
The clock shows the time in two different zones in black and white, colors representing night and day. The gesture of looking up to the sky refers to ancient techniques of reading time by means of celestial bodies such as the stars, the sun, and the moon, and raises questions about our contemporary relationship with nature.

Designed for Marsotto LAB as a part of the Sphere Collection and was generously donated to the Museum's collection by the company

Omer Polak for Marsotto LAB as a part of the Sphere Collection, Moon, 2018. 
Photographer: Younes Klouche for Marsotto x Ecal 

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