After tying a fire extinguisher into a knot, British artist Alex Chinneck continues the theme with a new surreal sculpture called Hickory dickory hokey cokey. Inspired by the perennial grandfather clock, the mind-bending work is entirely carved by hand and features a painted face with a curving glass case.
This knotted clock is synonymous with the artist’s large-scale public artworks that introduce fluidity to inflexible physical forms. Previous works include Chinneck’s Open To The Public 2018 installation in Kent, England. The outdoor work features a pair of giant zippers ripping the walls of an office building that is now demolished.
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