Bettina Pousttchi (German, b. Mainz, 1971) has often contemplated systems of time and space in her art. Between 2008 and 2016, she travelled around the globe to make World Time Clock, a series of 24 photographs taken in 24 different time zones. In each location, the artist captured a picture of a public clock at the same local moment: five minutes before two in the afternoon. Read more.
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