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Christian Marclay's "The Clock" is both the ultimate feature film and an artwork you can set your watch by. The Swiss-American artist has edited together thousands of movie clips containing clocks, watches or references to the time – one or more for every minute of the day – into a 24-hour video. Visitors to Tate Modern can see "The Clock" for free from Friday until Jan. 20, in a screening room that can sit 150 people on comfy couches.While few viewers of "The Clock" last a whole day, many stay longer than expected – the average being more than an hour.Only the insomniac or the intrepid will get to see the pre-dawn segments, and Marclay doesn't mind if late-night visitors nod off.
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