Dominic Wilcox created a series of miniature sculptures based on the clock. Attachingsmall figurines of the arrows of ancient mechanical clock, Dominic has created an animated scene of daily life. What people should understand is that miniature artworks require big work and training, similar like for party poker . You need patience and big experiences.
From Dominic’s Blog: I have a new big project to show. I’ve put tiny figures onto watch hands in order to create mini animated scenes. I had the idea last year during mySpeed creating project, but decided it was too good to rush. 8 month later I showed a prototype to Dezeen and they commissioned me to make a collection. The watches use customised model figures and I also made objects, like a miniature looted LCD tv. The glass domes were specially made to fit by Wearside Glass Sculptures in my home town of Sunderland at the National Glass Centre.
The watch sculptures will be exhibited at Dezeen Space in Shoreditch, London from 17 September to 16 October.
54 Rivington Street, London EC2A 3QN.
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