Using 288 analogue clocks digitally programmed with an iPad, Swedish studio Humans Since 1982 has created an installation of moving displays. As the hands on the clocks move, they collectively create patterns and shapes, also forming a digital clock display. In describing A Million Times, commissioner of the project, Victor Hunt, said, "Locked in its functionality to show the time, the natural character inherent to an analogue clock—with its two arms constantly dancing in slow motion around the center—unveils hidden figurative qualities without denying its primary purpose."

[via It'sNiceThat]