Science of the Secondary 3. Clock

Science of the Secondary 3. Clock

Uitgever:Atelier HOKO

ISBN: 978-981-09-3547-4

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 46 pagina's
In general, there are two different kinds of clocks. The first tells time in the form of a common factor that most of us can relate to, a concept of ‘time’ that is shared in order for a social and ordered life to be lived with one another. Then, there is another ‘clock’ that is neither time nor instrument but a continuous stream of rhythm that flows through each and everyone of us. Between these two, which clock have you been using daily? Uncovering the implicit conditions that describes our interactions and encounters with the ‘Clock', the authors translated these findings through images, diagrams and texts.
In general, there are two different kinds of clocks. The first tells time in the form of a common factor that most of us can relate to, a concept of ‘time’ that is shared in order for a social and ordered life to be lived with one another. Then, there is another ‘clock’ that is neither time nor instrument but a continuous stream of rhythm that flows through each and everyone of us. Between these two, which clock have you been using daily? Uncovering the implicit conditions that describes our interactions and encounters with the ‘Clock', the authors translated these findings through images, diagrams and texts.

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