Shaping time

Itay Noy has time on his hands and on his mind.

December 1, 2016 14:34
Itay Moy

Itay Moy. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Itay Noy has designs on our time – literally. The youthful-looking fortysomething Jaffa-based artist takes what was once a mostly functional apparatus and turns it into a unique thing of alluring beauty.

The said device is a chronometer – a.k.a. watch or clock – and Noy has been putting his individual aesthetic stamp on timekeeping accessories for some years. Several of his eye-catching creations will be on display to the general public at the Museum for Islamic Art, from December 8, as part of the Modern Times exhibition.


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