Drawing huge crowds wherever it goes, avant-garde DJ Christian Marclay’s ambitious installation The Clock stitches together thousands of film clips containing a clock or timepiece to create a 24-hour montage that keeps the time. Most recently, it ran at Lincoln Center this summer, and now it’s at MOMA, where it officially opens tomorrow. But you can see it before anyone else at tonight’s PopRally party. The Clock will strike midnight with a silent disco in which you can feel like you’re living out your own movie scene and even choose the soundtrack—guests are provided wireless headsets with two channels featuring a lineup of DJs chosen by John Stanier of Battles. For once, watching the clock is fun.
Thu., Dec. 20, 9:30 p.m., 2012
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on December 19, 2012