FLUX 1440 is a work of art in form of a wall-mounted clock. It displays time mechanically through marks on a very long strip, this project wants to diffuse your every day sense of time by assigning time a spatial dimension.
Every minute is displayed through a certain length of strip, which is marked with a color code. Every second the tape is pulled a little farther. Once per minute, all marks would be positioned perfectly so that time can be read just like a digital display for about three seconds. Then FLUX 1440 would continue to go back to its flow, meandering mess, until 57 seconds later where the next minute can be read again.
Designed by Felix Verreiter, FLUX 1440 clock uses enormous length of strip (approx. 1200 meter), this is due to the fact that one day consists 1440 minutes, every single minute is individually coded onto the strip. You can experience a day through the journey of the strip takes, watching this clock works also gives you a sense of each minute length physically. You would stare at the minute, waiting for that puzzling chaos slowly reveals the time again.