Stereochron Island re-imagines Victoria Park as a tiny fictional territory campaigning to become a State Without Clocks. As part of this process, the Island invited specialists to lead a public investigation of its rare habitats of time so that we can protect and celebrate them. And as Campaign Secretary, I recorded our campaign points, field studies and experiments as a blog. The site is no longer active, but I’ve archived some of its key parts here:

Sterechron Island’s manifesto

Cautionary notices for clock users

Sheep eye clock

Dusk bloom clock

Dusk falls on Stereochron

I made Stereochron Island in collaboration with expert investigators and members of the public in my role as artist in residence in Victoria Park, London, for Chisenhale Gallery (2013-14).


Images: snapshot of Stereochron Island’s campaign blog (now defunct). Stereochron Island flag design by Fraser Muggeridge studio.