Four Hundred Thirty-Five Hours

Four Hundred Thirty-Five Hours

Seven clockworks placed in seven rooms of the exhibition space in relation

to other art works on display.


The height of the clocks depended on the average combined height of the artists when one is standing on the other ones thighs.


During the whole exhibition period (435 hours) GIDEONSSON/LONDRÉ keep the clocks running by winding them up.


They wait at each clock reading letters to each other, written previously during seven days of isolation.


When the clock strikes a whole hour they move on to the next one performing the same ritual.

2014 Konstakademin, Stockholm

Photo: Jean Baptiste Béranger