Clock Time

  title={Clock Time},
  author={Rosalind E. Krauss},
OCTOBER 136, Spring 2011, pp. 213–217. © 2011 October Magazine, Ltd. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Christian Marclay is a holdout against the eclipse of the medium. This requires that he embed his work in what I elsewhere term a “technical support.”1 (If traditional art required artisanal supports of various kinds—canvas for oil painting, plaster and wax for bronze casting, light-sensitive emulsion for photography—contemporary art makes use of technical supports—commercial or… 
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