Wall clock, which makes the time dance
If we look at the clock we mostly think about how much time is left until our next meeting starts and remind us of the permanent time pressure. The Time is Dancing wall clock by Klein & More can transform time into a secondary thing and time will no longer run from us, it will dance.
A ballerina's body represents the hour and minute pointers
The separated body of a ballerina is the hour and minute hand, which is why the figure sometimes looks like it would jump, do a balancing act and in the next moment turns a pirouette, occupying even uncomfortable poses at times. The design of the clock is not only aesthetically pleasing, but attempts to bring poetry into an everyday object to highlight the impermanence of time with the image of a forever-young ballerina.
The Time is Dancing wall clock has a body made of massive oak wood, the ballerina is made of acrylic glass and the clock works with a quartz clockwork. The 2 required AA batteries that are needed for the clock are included.