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The Millennium Clock

Description

The Millennium Clock Tower, echoing the form of a medieval cathedral, constructed in four sections, the Crypt, the Nave, the Belfry and the Spire, and within, containing fragments of the past millennium - its tragedies and hopes, by the Millennium Clockmakers' Trust under Eduard Bersudsky, Tim Stead, Annica Sandström and Jürgen Tübbecke, Scotland, 1999

Museum reference

K.2003.848

Collection

Decorative and Applied Art

Object name

Clock

Production information

Millennium Clockmakers' Trust, Maker
Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, EUROPE
Bersudsky, Eduard, 1939 (b.) - 2013 (fl.), Sculptor-mechanic
Stead, Tim, 1952 - 2000, Sculptor-furniture maker
Sandström, Annica, 1954 (b.) - 2016 (fl.), Glass artist
Tübbecke, Jürgen, 1942 (b.) - 2015 (fl.), Clockmaker
Jakovskaya, Tatyana, 1947 (b.) - 2016 (fl.), Theatre director
Lenert, Maggy Stead, 1949 (b.) - 2015 (fl.), Illustrator

Date

1999

Materials

Wood, Glass, Metal

References

Millennium Clock Makers Trust; The millennium clock tower : a collaboration of E. Bersudsky, A. Sandstrom, T. Stead and J. Tubbecke; Glasgow, The Millennium Clock Makers Trust, 1999

Lenert, Maggy; Millennium clock tower; Edinburgh, NMSE Publishing, 2004

https://www.nms.ac.uk/explore-our-collections/stories/art-and-design/millennium-clock-tower

http://www.sharmanka.com/Home/History.html

On display

National Museum Of Scotland »
Level 1

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