This clock was made as an exploration of partisanship in relation to time. If we look at partisanship more broadly, we can see that it is a symptom of a much larger issue: binary opposition.
Binary opposition forces us to see ways of thinking as dichotomies--black and white, conservative and liberal, us and them--erasing everything that lies in-between.
At 12 o'clock, all colored sections of the clock will be aligned so that only the black and white sections are visible. Over time, the yellow, cyan and magenta will emerge, allowing for more color interactions.
This clock was one of 44 made to sell at Arizona State University's 12th Annual Visual Communication Design Poster Show. Each clock was designed to represent the relationship between time and a social issue researched by each of my classmates.