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The times on “time is dancing” are not conventionally displayed by means of figures but by the poses of the ballerina figure.
The separated body parts assumes the role of the hour-, minute- and second hand. This results in the figure starting a jump, doing the splits or even pirouetting.
The design does not follow an aesthetic-functional approach but tries to integrate a poetic meaning into a every-day-object.