“Mal Clock” was conceived from a need to be in two places at the same time, prompted by the transcontinental collaboration between Mal and Chamber. Inspired by a “Double Dial” or, as it is also known, the “Post Office Clock,” “Mal Clock” is penlight-battery-operated on both sides to show two different times. It can also be mounted to more than one location. Based on Seikosha watches used by Japanese fighter pilots in WWII, “Mal Clock” exposes its own mechanics. In fact, it only pretends to: the visible mechanics are actually artificial, making the clock two-faced in two ways.
Dimensions: 235/8 × 101/4 × 193/4 IN
Materials: Recycled Polyethylene