(mox nox / night falls; Jerez, 2010; photography shot in Jerez at the bus stop, color exposure on photographic paper; edition of 5+1)
The evening sun threw the shadow of a handless shaft onto the face of a damaged public clock. The title refers to the medieval tradition of adding Latin epigrams to sundials, as well as to the moment the photo was taken, shortly before night fell.
Later, mox nox was photographically exposed on a concrete disk. Standing free and upright outdoors, the shadow of a mounted shaft wanders along the „dial“ and, shortly before sunset, over the photo-graphic shadow.