From the Collection “Time is in Your hand”
The clock is composed using sections of round steel rods that brings us to think of God: this element of the clock is made in shapes which invokes the idea of roots, part of nature that is not seen with the naked eye but which anchors and nourishes the rest of the plant, as God does. The pointed ends form a ‘unique’ geometric shape without size, this indicates an entity without beginning nor end. The rods measure 70 cm as the number 7 according to Jewish and Christian tradition is the number of God. Another element of the clock is made in the form of parchment scrolls and symbolizes the passage of time unfolding. The holes that mark the hours are placed at 7 cm from the center (seven being the number of God) and the four points of the dial are 12 cm apart (number of the tribes of Judah and the Apostles), they form a cross in the four points of the dial and are to indicate the figure of Christ having both spatial and temporal qualities (He is always the same yesterday, today, and forever).